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Monitor Archive for August 27, 1980
Violence threatens Uganda election
American in Paris brings haute couture to dolls
Mexican area blends native, international wear
Subaru pushing more gas mileage; Japanese import rules out diesels
US man in Peking chides Reagan
The cock reads the field
A governor speaks; To the alienated Americans
In search of an island paradise; Island Sojourn, by Elizabeth Arthur. New York: Harper & Row. $9.95. Saltbound, by Chilton Williamson Jr. New York:...
Son of a pro football player is making it in gymnastics
Anti-Strauss demonstrators clash with W. German police in Hamburg
Chase Manhattan raises prime a quarter-point
Polish tug of war suggests state will have to yield ground
Billy Carter appears at inquiry on Vesco
Debating school prayer
Soviets' Afghan casualties are estimated at 10,000
New setback for Israelis in battle of the embassies
Africa's art -- in a word: 'magnificent'
Black teen's parents sue Boston
Anderson and Lucey: a unity ticket?
India's Muslim unrest fans feud with Pakistan
DETERRING NUCLEAR WAR 2; THE SOVIET VIEW
Reagan's Chinese checkers
How Senate candidates rate with liberals, conservatives
In sun-bleached West Bank, even whispered hopes for peace wither
Time stopped at twilight
Grand Coulee Dam: growing, changing hydropower giant
Consulting engineering firms multiply
Churches vs. saloons: how a new court ruling affects old adversaries
Reducing income taxes
Shift to 3-way fuels could be messy
Zimbabwe economy bounces back
Philadelphia attempts to quell racial unrest
The socialist Seychelles: more than a drop in the Indian Ocean
South Africa shuffles Cabinet in reform move
The power of conscience
If you have $10,000, here's how to buy Treasury bills
Baseball -- many a writer's favorite pastime; The Baseball Reader, edited by Charles Einstein. New York: Lippincott & Crowell. $12.95.
Embracing the bridge idea
Chaplin recalled (for avid fans only); Moments with Chaplin, by Lillian Ross. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. $8.95.
Teaching the Irish to speak 'Irish'
Don't take physical law for granted
Thai trade ban may puch Laos closer to Viets
Rain in the cistern; lead in the tap?
Teamster pension official is mum with Senate panel
House counting on fusion power
Inflation sends buyers hunting for bargains in used cars
Reagan's breed of presidency
GM chairman says autos to lead US industry from slump
Election '80 -- Senate 'liberals' turn right
Americans lower expectations, yet long for outstanding president