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Monitor Archive for July 2, 1980
Miami's blacks 'invite' NAACP conventioners to visit Liberty City
Facets, moments, in a crystal
US steelmakers: $30 billion fixup?
Gold price surges again on concern over problems
Mideast peace talkers holding cards carefully
Texas, known for its oil, also digs a lot of coal
Sunbelt continues to bake in 100-plus temperatures
Book lovers: special breed of antiquarians
Looking at tree rings to learn about water supplies
Strip-mine study: cleanup lagging
New Strike aircraft delivered to RAF
Scientific journals: the reader, too, must beware
Mrs. Eddy through a distorted lens; Mary Baker Eddy: An Interpretive Biography of the Founder of Christian Science, by Julius Silberger Jr., MD. Bos...
US recession covers all regions, but the effects on each one vary
Anderson's in the race; overseas trip is planned
Abortion issue thrown into political arena
Carrying it off
Bill to overhaul trucking is signed by President
Reagan: reigning in GOP factions
Sunset law -- sounds good but isn't
Benefits for remarried widow
The electric cord in the Declaration of Independence
British mail takes off by satellite -- posthaste
Give platforms the pitch
Carter visit to Japan spotlights warm ties
N.Y.C. moves to avert strike
A cut-rate route to a designer wardrobe
Lucretia Mott; abolitionist, feminist; Valiant Friend: The life of Lucretia Mott, by Margaret Hope Bacon. New York: Walker. $14.95.
Newcomers are knocking on the door at Wimbledon
Standby-gas-rationing plan clears a hurdle in House
Solar greenhouse can save fuel, taxes
Nonviolent protest earns reprieve for S. African black shantytown
Some of the best American sculpture in recent years
CIA complains to CBS on covert-action report
Japanese authorities take steps to blunt big quake
The art of saying thanks
Afghanistan rejects call for pullout by Soviets
WHAT DO YOU SAY WHEN THE POLICE CALL -- AND ASK FOR MONEY?
Having a wonderful vacation!
Farm-town centennial -- floats, fun, togetherness
Schmidt and Brezhnev talk at -- and past -- each other
Chrysler steers toward quality control, K-cars to get back on profit road
A whole new kind of theater; Dialogue/Curious George A play by Christopher Knowles and Robert Wilson. Presented by the Byrd Hoffman foundation at th...
Sixpence to spend, to lend . . . no more
New heroine for Icelandic saga
Big plans for easier travel in Chicago
MEXICO: TOMMORROW'S NO. 1 OIL POWER?
Battle erupts in Cambodia near Khmer Route camp
A Suburb that sings 'Don't Fence Me In'
A certain place
You might be wise to redeem low-yield Savings Bonds
Tourists -- and their currency -- join Olympic boycott
Baseball's free agents pay off, except sometimes when they don't
Desert war refugees inundate Somalia
Bolivia tallies its ballots; can it count Army out?
Sugar prices may sour ice-cream makers