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Monitor Archive for April 23, 1980
CBS top TV network -- by a blip
Calming office clashes
Survivor's poetic memoir of Stalin's worst camp; Kolyma Tales, by Varlam Shalamov. Translated from the Russian and with a foreword by John Glad. New...
N. Yemen poised between Saudis and South Yemen
Crisis-burdened Mayor Byrne now faces scandal charges
Energy's new terrain
The long shadow of Lenin's 'worse is better'
Don't let war cries silence the arts
Religion, biology, and the public schools
Of primary importance
Restoring civilian rule falls to Honduras centrists
Spectre beyond time, beyond words
BARYSHNIKOV on BROADWAY
Israel's defense minister: superhawk turned quasi-dove
Japan looks for way to ease bite of Iran oil cutoff while reserves, warm weather give some relief
US character test: sticking to austerity while prices rise
Moscow fine, flag-waving isn't, Olympians agree
Year's best stories -- so-so; Prize Stories 1980: The O. Henry Awards, edited by William Abrahams. Garden City: Doubleday & Co. $12.95
Black Africans weigh trade links with South Africa
Thais shift on Vietnam to end Cambodia woes
Utilities take on Montana over size of its coal tax
Humor helps while he paints the famous
Shah's fabled riches: Millions? Billions?
Soviets reopen long-icy 'sea' talks with Norway
Nonmilitary Japan considers becoming an arms peddler
Why ERA could hinge on vote in Illinois
A publisher makes a splash in the ranks of small business
SOME PLAIN SPEAKING IN POLAND
New Liberian government executes 13 ex-officials
Austria building East-West bridges 25 years later
They gave man wings; Kill Devil Hill: Discovering the Secret of the Wright Brothers, by Harry Combs, with Martin Caidin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co...
Color goes under
S. African police block march by schoolchildren
Bani-Sadr firmness on students seen as weakness
Boston: rosy for Rodgers but what about Rosie?
I continue, indefatigable
US get-tough stand on Iran takes hold
Foreign ministers in EC agree on Iranian action
Turner sees oil pinch, use of force in USSR
Italian police crackdown scores major blow against Red Brigades
A REPORTER LOOKS BACK: THE ELECTION OF '32
Japan seeks Mexican oil to replace Iranian flow
Choice little divertissement; Sidewalkin' A musical entertainment with words and music by Jake Holmes. Directed by Patricia Birch.
Year's zippiest variety hour
Jogging with KGB: unhappy Moscow hits back for Olympics boycott
To serve the human spirit
Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide
Housing problems? Look to the old school
Solar energy may help pry hard-to-recover 'heavy oil' out of old fields
Hockey's Flyers, 'No. 1,' found they had to try harder