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Monitor Archive for March 3, 1980
Politics and the taste of pickles
Iran resumes construction on petrochemical complex
The Wisdom and Waspishness of Words
An El Greco recovered in Spanish museum theft
Brittany: by land and sea with little expense
Bay State test: what it means to contenders
Do you need money for college?
A boost for instruction in two different languages
That US vote on Israel
Stenmark bows to post-Olympic applause
US sharpens scissors to snip at consumer credit
Thailand in need of stability -- as well as a new leader
Chimney sweeps clean up
Lance says he's skeptical about getting fair trial
Borneo by steamship
Another dog? Please!
Hiking down a goat's paradise
Hamilton Jordan's role in White House quietly shifts
UN 'settlements' vote hints US shift to Arabs
Senate shifting to the right even without being pushed
5 freed in Bogota; 30 still held
UN panel in Iran appears closer to seeing hostages
Home on the range at an Australia sheep station
Utah's governor -- determined crusader for state rights
Gulf Emirates throb with student unrest, political disputes
Who lives here?
Soviets hit hard in attack, but Afghan unity is fragile
Cut-rate loans bait for GIs?
Turkey: democracy battles chaos
Life in the Highlands with all the time in the world
Families and incomes
South Korea: a step for rights
Interval training helps skier warm-ups
Restoring ethics to college athletics
Caught on Japan's education escalator
An authoritative 'Mister Lincoln'; "Mister Lincoln." drama by Herbert Mitgang. Directed by Peter Coe. Starring Roy Dotrice.
Great Blasket Island
A big squid comes ashore
Acrostic poems: can you tell what these poems are about?
Through a mist darkly: Will air pollution dim beauty of US national parks?
Portugal's edge of the world
Kansas City Kings not to be taken lightly
In other words, Puerto Rican signs are a puzzle
Rhodesia counts heavy vote as charges of cheating fly
El Al inaugurates Tel Aviv-Cairo link
Enter Gerald Ford?
Raven, the rain
'Big Sisters' are more than just friends
Coming April 21
S. Africa report: apartheid set off riots of '76
Down the Omo River to Africa's unspoiled heart
Deng calls the shots in China -- and cracks the whip
Khomeini leaves hospital, Bahrain agency reports
Muslim violence against Copts poses problem for Egypt
In heaven today
The Sinai by jeep: through Israel's first frontier
Libya open to talks with US on Mideast
West's bid on Afghanistan is fluff, Kremlin says
Caution on inflation again hurts stocks
Children like to help plan their own parties
Graham troupe to play Met in April
Reducing high energy costs that rob the poor
'Anti-nuke' protest building with student blocs
'The Greeks' -- confronting moral dilemmas