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Monitor Archive for April 3, 1980
Britain boosts arsenal to meet Soviet threat
The necessary resurrection
Miscellaneous; Going once, going sold!
Jerusalem: timeless and clock-less city
Axing Saturday mail won't be easy
In search of your name
Looking up from silver 'crash'
Leonard Woodcock in China: listening to the unspoken
The 'meter' is running on N.Y. transit strike
Dutch to assail wounding of TV pair in San Salvador
Reagan, Carter reaffirm leads -- and roll up delegates; Front-runners halfway to nomination
This year's circus: kids' reactions are the real show; Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. 110th edition, presented at Madison Square Garden.
Profits show inflation data as companies revise basis
Why struck New Yorkers smile
Export up, imports down -- Canadian surplus rises
Forgotten man in the Celtics' and Knicks' rebuilding
Tightening credit may be throwing some to 'sharks'
He knew the lives of the poor
Butcher block care
Windfall-profits bill is signed by Carter
THE HANS KUNG CONTROVERSY
Disaster relief survives ax, but foreign aid outlook dims
S. Africa poised for boom -- if blacks get their share
Dan Rather: more Soviet killing looms in Afghanistan
Chinese magazine signals definite thaw toward Soviets
Shared decisions mean less family violence; Behind Closed Doors, Violence in the American Family, by Murray A. Straus, Richard Gelles, and Suzanne K...
Building slide jolts lumbering
Group teams up women from Canada and the third world
Paraguay accused of raids killing a score of peasants
Optimism over new Mideast talks
A hint of early settlement in New York transit strike
West Bank Arabs strike to protest Israeli policies
What's cookin' for your nest egg
The Great 100 -- inch Hike; and other ways to help your town
State construction scandal bared in Massachussetts
Apple Pancake with maple syrup
Sihanouk now: Prince without a country
ULSTER DISPUTE: TWO FAMILIES DRAWN TOGETHER
Player-owner deadlock shatters fans' illusions
No rhinos in the basement, please
Sihanouk says he'd like to return to Cambodia
All winners in Boston baked bean contest
British steel strike cools but worker tempers haven't
Men living alone -- and looking it
Sanctions pose little threat to Iran
Shooting clock for colleges?
The Reagan appeal
French extremes of the fascinating and boring; Clair de feme A Simple Story
Australia looks for 'link' between Viet war herbicide, veteran illness
'New' fossil pushes back date of first known life
N.Y. transit talks on slow track
Empty tanker, cargo ship collide at Galveston Bay
Foreign language films: category of suprises
Beets add color to daily fare
A romance of the '60s
Pakistan still under Bhutto shadow
Three banks ratchet up the prime rate to 20%
Scrap the MX plan
Reagan, Carter reaffirm leads -- and rolls up delegates; A 'Valley Forge' for Bush, Kennedy
French extremes of the fascinating and boring; 'A simple Story'
Trade darkness for light
The happy warriors
Law firm to pay $92,000 in 'insider trading' suit
French police deal severe blow to terrorists