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Monitor Archive for June 19, 1980
Egypt declares martial law along its Libyan border
Volvo brings diesel to meet US mileage rules
TRACK AND FIELD; International meets canceled
The American Wing reopens; Met's collection spans from the pilgrims to the "gilded age'
Japan: when 'shadow shogun' talks, everyone listens
Is there still room for ethics? Yes, if
French-Spanish dispute causes huge traffic jam
Mrs. Gandhi keeps Tripura strife at arm's length
Time to move on?
2 more congressmen indicted in Abscam
Sam Brown and self-help
Neapolitan humor -- a special way of coping
Carter dons kid gloves in anti-Anderson effort
To a weed
CASTRO'S ANGRY SISTER
Met's new wing; American art couldn't be treated better
THE WENDS OF TEXAS; The smallest ethnic group of all
BASKETBALL; Lieberman is cream of draft crop
About Ike-Reagan comparisons
Iraq prepares to elect first parliament since 1958
Soviets try to get back on stage in Middle East
With a string of thoughts
Iranian President airs details of alleged plot
A magazine without a country?
Chicken Divan good for company
South African riots reflect 'tragic alienation'
'Think tank' charts Israeli strategy
Iran: the only solution
S. Africa doctors absolved of role in Biko death
Bolivian Army seeks new control
Dont write off the Postal Service
AMERICAN EMBASSY REBUILDS IN ISLAMABAD
How not to rescue hostages
Summer's strawberries are just ripe for the picking
Laws muddy water well owners' rights
Those who gather under the same roof
Exiles plan assault on Iran
Carter, Hussein recover warmth in US-Jordan relations
Stewart Mott critiques Anderson campaign
A straw in the wind -- more playoffs to lure the baseball fan?
NAACP leader seeks to counter urban strife
AFL-CIO: freeze payroll tax
It's not pretty -- but is it history?
Opposition grows stronger, louder in Indonesia
Iran: ragtag military holds key
NATO called likely to OK US moves to ensure oil
New York has tough new gun law
A REPORTER LOOKS BACK FDR'S LAST ELECTION -- 1944
US utilities, with plenty of warm water, begin raising fish
Chinese noodlemaking: an acrobatic art
How to tell when a peach is ripe
Allies to put Carter on the spot in Venice
Tass denies US reports of strikes at auto plants
Fans in Suspense as Red Sox bats begin to pound