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Monitor Archive for June 9, 1980
A quietly spectacular intellectual adventure
Where should I go?
Resignation threat shakes tottering El Salvador junta
How to make your own kite
America before Columbus -- a theory full of holes; Saga America, by Barry Fell. New York: Times Books. $15.
Lebanese President starts hunt for a new premier
Families: 'stay and fight'
The gift of song
Bilingualism -- are you for it or against it?
Conference frames 'family' planks
A sense of balance
Friends and family comfort oversees students
Dealing with a new 'cockpit of crises'
Israel says patrol kills 2 guerrillas from Jordan
Laughter and buoyancy needed in our schools
Oil prices: How much more can world afford?
Zia crackdown anger (unites?) foes
Princeton celebrates history with 'know your town' day
US matching the Soviets in strategic arms -- Aspin
A mass of contradictions; Orwell: the Transformation, by Peter Stansky and William Abrahams. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $12.95
After Vance speech; Senate still doesn't savor SALT treaty
What Mother Nature needs from us; The Wooing of Earth, by Rene Dubos. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $8.95
Getting in the backyard swim: look before you leap
Study finds defense against missiles can be cheap, safe
Cub reporters get the scoop on neighborhood news
Protecting US cropland from urban sprawl
Pressures mount to again pump oil into strategic US reserves
Tokyo exchange handling foreign investment surge
Arafat treads tightrope as PLO factions differ
England's 'Dallas' cheerleaders
Cleveland's finances nearly out of the woods
Your Arms Too Short to Box With God; "A soaring celebration in fun and dance," conceived from the Book of St. Matthew by Vinnette Carroll. Music and...
Tintypes; Musical review conceived by Mary Kyte. Directed by Gary Pearl with musical staging by Miss Kyte.
Helium: exciting uses -- if there's enough left
San Francisco Ballet's 'Tempest': a promise inventively fulfilled
Clark: Tehran visit should help
Gandhi expands team; controversial figure back
Dick Van Dyke is Broadway's high-stepping 'Music Man'; The Music Man, Musical comedy with book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Directed and...
Pakistani may be scouting a place for Afghan talks
Oppenheimer: the man, not the melodrama; Robert Oppenheimer: Letters and Recollections, edited by Alice Kimball Smith and Charles Weiner, Cambridge:...
Church of England bound for Rome
Chain letter is back: target -- mail-order firms hit by recession
Tough era ahead spells trial-by-fire to new UAW leaders
Carter vs. Reagan: how the race now looks
New hope for the American dream
Her running outdistanced the arts
Many of Iran's new legislators want to put hostages on trial
Europe to push ahead with bold Mideast plan
On the road with the best of companions; Destinations: Essays from Rolling Stone by Jan Morris. New York: Oxford University Press/Rolling Stone. $12...
Behind a TV commercial the blood, sweat, and tears; Thirty Seconds, By Michael Arlen. New York. Farrar, Straus & Giroux $9.95
More 'boat people' cast off -- but no sign of Viet push
Israel polarized over West Bank's future
A life devoted to words; The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 3, 1925-30, edited by Anne Olivier Bell, assisted by Andrew McNeillie. New York: Harcourt...
US Mayors' plea: Don't balance budget at our expense
China's ancient treasures; The Great Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New Yor...
Romania and Turkey push trade with Iran