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Monitor Archive for August 21, 1980
Bush gets cold shoulder on his arrival in Peking
Alma mater as the mother of invention
A message from Kenya's children
Watching Brett and the .400 mark Senior circuit to emulate 'junior'?
The Poet Keats
US says it has no plans to end Soviet grain curb
Times of London staff to strike for 21% raise
Little Rwanda scents big business in pesticide-producing flowers
Stop Common Cause's lobby bill
A leafy, green salad needs the freshest ingredients
FOOTBALL; The original indoor title game
Thatcher stands firm despite signs of mounting recession
No Olympics, but world gymnasts test skills in US meet
Polish strikers seek solidarity
ON THIS SITE an oil derrick?
Carry on the Esprit de Corps de Ballet
Use surplus sweet corn for 'off the cob' dishes
AFL-CIO executive board backs Cartert
Bedouin life: Camel's milk and 'Lou Grant'
Here's good news
Actress/Director Ellen Burstyn: How to win an Oscar the hard way
For light on Lebanon
What the Israelis may be up to in southern Lebanon
US-Italian combine builds industrial complex for Qaddafi
How would candidates wield tax-cut shears?
US seeking to cut 'Asian connection'
Security Council censure on Jerusalem expected
Anderson joins Reagan in rapping Carter for VFW
S. African court weakens 'pass laws' for blacks
Chinese welcome Bush but chastise Reagan
Energy policy eludes Soviet-bloc planners
Where realism and dignity mingle
Soviet empire had its hands full even before Polish crisis
Art that speaks for itself: the Caro sculptures
UN reports slavery, child labor still bound to industrialized West
Farming 20 years from now: got $2 million to invest?
Burgers, pork chow mein to cost more -- for now
'Technology' is star witness in first 'Abscam' trial
What a GM downturn does to Flint
The role of art in public places
The Marines are looking for a few good movies
President almost even with Reagan, poll says
Easing regulations on automakers unlikely to give US edge on imports
Bolton Institute: where less is more
Both Germanys want Poland to keep a lid on unrest
How to choose dinnerware
The crucible letters
Homemade ketchup with lots of tomatoes
Hanoi's crumbling policy
The judge is worthy of his hire
Carter's campaign now on its own after convention boosts his ratings
Sadat gets restless over stalled peace moves
Arab women lift the veil from Western eyes
Tourists slip past French blockade
Reagan flails Carter on defense policies