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Monitor Archive for July 14, 1980
Cuban tankers fired on by planes off Africa
The slower route
TEen parties: discuss crashers and rules ahead of time
Don't blame Mt. St. Helens for this summer's unusual weather
Moscow puts on Western face for olympics
Brazilian church and state divided over Pope John Paul visit
Reflections of a full life
Israel bans public show for guerrilla groups
Preventing vandalism -- more than mowing the grass
The strategies; Playing to Win, by Jeff Greenfield. New York: Simon & Schuster $11.95.
Rockwell International tooling up to make parts for a 'world car'
Furniture to suit kids' energy and imagination
Reagan -- the first predated president?
Now for No. 2
The Anderson difference abroad
A call for better media coverage; The Pulse of Politics: Presidents in the Media Age, by James David Barber. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. $14.95.
Fighting at shantytown on Thai border ends
Small quakes trigger Mt. Hood alert
Copenhagen hosts World Conference of Women
GOP's retreat from ERA may have heaviest impact on state and local Republican races
Main targets of Iran coup attempt: Ayatollah Khomeini, Islamic regime
The Candidates; The President Who Failed, by Clark R. Mollenhoff. New York: Macmillan. $10.95 .; Jimmy Carter: An Interpretive Biography, by Bruce M...
No Carter tax-cut plan at least till fall -- Miller
Solzhenitsyn: shrill; The Mortal Danger: How Misconceptions About Russia Imperil America, by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn. New York: Harper & Row. $8.9...
Freed hostage expected back in US this week
Fresh surge in the market falters at 900 on the Dow
The electoral process; Elections '80. Washington: Congressional Quarterly Inc. $6.95 (paperback).
Anderson meets West German officials
'I seem to have seen a seed' -- double 'ee' for parents
The voters; Who Votes? by Raymond E. Wolfinger and Steven J. Rosenstone. Yale University Press. $3.95 (paperback).
Desperate regime in Iran searches for scapegoats
Presidential politics: a look at history; Every Four Years: The American Presidency. Smithsonian Exposition Books. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. $21....
Trusting God, really
Ted Kennedy: diehard challenger; Ted and the Kennedy Legend, by Max Lerner. New York: St. Martins. $9.95; Edward Kennedy: The Myth of Leadership, Bo...
Arab officials dismiss key UN peace resolution
An analysis: Where African unity stands' for the 80's
Essay on science marred by layout; The Search for Solutions, by Horace Freeland Judson. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. $16.95.
Salaries fall behind
The media role; The Duping of the American Voter, by Robert Spero. New York: Lippincott & Crowell. $12.95.
Afghanistan splits India, Pakistan
Will Reagan be hemmed in by platform?
A play by another name smells as sweet
Ronald Reagan: Center stage again
Iraqi diplomats leave Cairo after ouster
Business edges education at black colleges
A matter of reflection
Smallness lauded -- at length; Human Scale, by Kirkpatrick Sale. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan. $15.95 .
Reagan's tax cut: Could November be too late?
John Anderson; The Candidates -- 1980, by Aram Bakshian Jr. New Rochelle: Arlington House. $12 .95.
Libya releases West German geologists
How the common loon beat the redwinged blackbird
The presidency; The State of the Presidency, by Thomas E. Cronin. Boston; Little, Brown & Co.
Advice from an old pro who learned from losing; How to win votes: The Politics of 1980, by Edward N. Costikyan. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich....
Apartheid switch: South African call for 'whites only' homeland
Poland tries way to have its meat and eat it, too
Egypt offers firmer military footing for United States
Curtain rises on Republican gala in Detroit; Moderate or conservatives? Reagan choice of VP Signal course of his campaign
The presidency; The Carter Presidency and Beyond, Power and Politics in the 1980s, by Laurence H. Shoup. Palo Alt: Ramparts Press, $11.95.
GOP foreign policy sees Soviets bent on global control
Why should a poem be in this prosaic place?
'Camelot' again -- and isn't that Richard Burton too?; Camelot Revival of the musical by Lerner and Loewe, starring Richard Burton. Directed by Fran...
Curtain rises on Republican gala in Detroit; As GOP gathers, experts see in US moving steadily away from parties to 'personalities'
Iran's humane gesture
How moderates won in Detroit
GOP tries 8th straight first-ballot nomination
Leadership strife takes bloom off Zimbabwe's independence
Botswana transition seen smooth