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Monitor Archive for May 5, 1980
'Petty apartheid' thrives despite Botha's reform promises
The draft debate revisited
The price of being over informed
Village life as Cherokees knew it
Call of the Alaskan wild
Roman Gabriel to put his coaching ideas to work
US economic dip dims outlook for balanced budget
The Makar's Wierd
Summer school is not just for students anymore
Enrollment drop coming in '85
Wildcat strikes disrupt Zimbabwe coal and sugar
Gasohol trickling in, but it's no panacea; Advantages are there; big output is elusive
How you can speak Arabic as a well-spoken Arab would
British B&B comes to US
Million Attend papal rites in Zaire
Four Libyan diplomats expelled by US
Getting a line on passive solar
UN tackles thorny issue of food aid to hungry Cambodia
Northwest attracts new China trade
John Sears on Ronald Reagan
Japan's Inland Sea: a timeless tranquility
A gift idea for Mother's Day
Will "people mover' solve los angeles traffic jams?
Mom and Dad help in the classroom, too
Recession perils summer job programs for the young
Recipe for Gram
'Barnum' on Broadway; Barnum A musical by Cy Coleman (music), Michael Stewart (lyrics), and Mark Bramble (book). Directed and staged by Joe Layton....
Law Store: a 'supermarket' approach to cheap legal aid
It still looks like Carter vs. Reagan with just 29 primary days to go
What's this? Math teachers want more math!
After West Bank violence
Children going to the opera? And loving it?
Log house may fall short on insulation
Teachers: You get just what you 'expect'
To stand on our own
Summer camp is not just for kids anymore
When May isn't Mayn't
Help for Afghan rebels from Iran reported
Wild white water raft trip with gourmet touches
Several ways to install insulation
Iran turns logic on embassy takeover upside down
And a Shaw revival; Heartbreak House Comedy by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by George Keathley.
US warned on shift from Tel Aviv
Iran's revolution bears down on embattled middle class
Shrugging off a '74-75 echo, investors see turn in news
News media get spate of libel suits
Cuban 'boatlift' to Florida spotlights ambiguous US immigration policy
American's spies without a charter
Stockholm's af Chapman is a shipshape hosted
Virdon: Astros may go over the top this year
Poland yields ground on church demands
Search for new fuels brings us to soy oil?
The stunning world
Ohira fails to win Mexican oil commitment
Kissinger accused of OPEC prod
General Motors cites absenteeism abuses
Denver's Elitch Gardens: 90 years worth of fun
Try a volcanic vacation in the Cascade peaks
Yugoslavia's Tito: now comes the test of his 'collective leadership'
A tide of higher taxes, a mood to stem it
Prayer flags: Sikkim
Exodus of trained soldiers saps US Army's readiness to meet its NATO obligation
New US coin will try to capture a share of 'gold bugs'
What my mother means to me
Riding through the Rockies on a silver Zephyr