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Monitor Archive for August 12, 1980
Taiwan, despite its loss of world recognition, gains stronger-than-ever pace in vital trade
VW designs Jetta for US buyer who prefers classiness
Anderson's toe in the door of the debates
Economic policy compromise: a cave-in by the President?
Journalism group honors Monitor
Good tidings come to Nova Scotia's Bay of Fundy
More chemical weaponry?
Full measure of meaning
Carter navigation: wooing Kennedy aboard, then pitting helmsmanship against Reagan
On a Yosemite saddle trip where the mule knew best
Color, paint -- and Abstract Expressionism
There's reconciliation and rejuvenation in air for feuding Democrats
Strauss: 'Carter cares,' and people know it
Carter son's firm holds contract with Philippines
Steel strike threatens West German labor harmony
August oil glut expected to top July, expert says
Expelled Soviet feminists continue work from Vienna
Best Western: small hotels with a big computer system
Happy end for Democratic convention could boost Carter 10 points in polls
Mending long-broken Balkan fences
Iran's spy phobia extended to press and missionaries
Choice of Iranian premier a shoo-in with the Majlis
Saving social security from itself
Britain's back-benchers eschew rubber-stamp role in Parliament
Pro-Aborigine protesters arrested in Australia
Contest for QB; Backfield snags title-happy Rams still a poser for
Platform: Democrats, GOP march to different drummers
There's even time for the very young in Larry Groce's rich career
There's no slowing down for Margaret Thatcher dynamo
A male defense
Sun power advocates win White House promise on Democratic platform
Health emergency called in Boston sanitatio strike
Mr. delegate, yer time's up!
Who is Jimmy Carter?
OPEC seeks orderly pricing plan
Support grows for federal plans to revitalize US industry
Misquided legislation on prayers in school
Democrats disagree on
Where Earth and stars meet
Moscow amasses medals but sport's not for the masses
Resource-short Taiwan plunges ahead with nuclear power plans
Romance wins as color bar bends in South Africa -- or did it?
Opening apartment doors closed to kids
US, USSR in for criticism from review of '68 A-pact
Museum programs get the whole family into the act
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