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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1980
'Return of the CIA' -- a documentary without gimmicks
'Disarmament decade' called dud
Draft or no, US services urgently seek quality recruits
FOB; Comedy by David Henry Hwang. Directed by Mako
China may open the 'rooftop of world' to tourists, traders
Salvadorah leftist groups unite to overthrow junta
Now: solar-powered Gossamer Albatross
Is the Western alliance really in selfish disarray?; Europe writes off US until after election
A place for the genuine Poetry I, too, dislike it. Reading it, however, with a perfect con tempt for it, one discovers in it, after all, a place for...
CBS hits FCC on children's fare
Poor nations bear brunt of new oil prices
FOOTBALL; Steeler with 'Swan(n) Lake' tendencies
Loose control of Reagan campaign alarms GOP
Diverse coalition of draft foes maps fresh strategy
Reds' young power pitcher threads the needle
Boston bank drops prime rate to 12%
Kremlin watches US election, wistfully roots for Kennedy
Road movies: fresh look at a not-so-bygone tradition
Yosemite, Glacier, and other endangered species
Carter's Jordan may take leave for campaigning
The tennis tourney A wide-receiver pas(s) de trois
Athletes of boycott lands barred as Olympic 'solos'
Albania sets new style: 'unalignment'
Ambassador McHenry cool presence in a hot world
Not necessarily a man's best friend
How to cure stagflation
Kennedy challenge grates on party
Bolivia military try to muscle in on government
Orpheus sang for all
Zimbabwe leader rejects offer for Soviet weapons
What OPEC price hike means: gas a bit higher, recession a bit deeper
India's central government challenged by renewed regional violence
Soft and spicy molasses cookies
To combat fatigue
Reports say Soviets strengthen hold on Kabul
Do you know what wookies sound like?
China cuts a few strings on Tibet
Mao's favorite dishes, one called Stinky Bean Curd
N.Y. indicts 4 in stock-options loss
Snack foods to make at home
Romantic comedy from a sensitive new playwright; The Woolgatherer, Comedy by William Mastrosimone. Directed by John Bettenbender.
Egypt, Israel, and US to discuss autonomy talks
Promise of oil lures Soviets and Chinese to Norway's front door
Ecuador's President gets jump on rival in parliament
HOCKEY; Gordie Howe -- simply amazing
BASEBALL; Fresh approach to an old problem
Guns and butter, clarified
Shopping for jam, cheese, and honey on the rue Vignon
What dad's have to say about being a father
No easy fix for the economy
Light that splashes and prances over all it touches
School's out: black leaders ask, 'Where are jobs for our youths?'
Cook and sight-see
The Junk; History Left Behind
Is the Western alliance really in selfish disarray?; Dangers, yes -- but opportunities as well
Women helping swell seminary enrollments