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Monitor Archive for August 28, 1980
French pastry on the Baltimore docks
General Chun, in final act of Korean power play, assumes presidency
Slow-paced 'Billy' probe could still be going Nov. 4
Baiting becomes a key issue in 'Abscam' trial
Early 'Euromissile' talks are expected next month
S. African Cabinet shake-up unlikely to herald sweeping changes
Benefits for US hostages backed in House panel
No presidential debates?
A revolutionary who fled the revolution
Alaska Democrats dump Senator Gravel
DETERRING NUCLEAR WAR 3; The Long-Range Issues
The dilemma of Iranian intellectuals
Census may shift figures for funding, not remaps
The truth according to Luis Tiant: 'We'll win'
Computer company and college team up to improve employee skills
Where to find rudistids in New York
Philadelphia riot area calm; inquiry awaited
Taking the first step
When a spy plane couldn't shoot down 'My Fair Lady'
Conjugating the cat
Mr. Reagan has spotlight trouble
New York's Vivian Beaumont theater: classics and Woody Allen
A laughable parade
Nearly 25% failed to sign for draft, a sampling says
New president -- and new history? -- for South Korea
Extending the circle
Bamboo Curtain lifts -- outsiders get first peek at China's 'Congress'
Cool predictions on a summer day
Storm over crew sizes rattles troubled airline industry
Climbing interest may crimp US recovery
When shivers came from what you didn't see
Polish strikes put new bite in grain embargo
Jobless in Britain set post-depression record
What Japan learned from Soviet N-sub
Master chefs from Canton cook and tour in US cities
Alarm raised on kangaroo killing
Feisty tennis umpire bowing to requests to take a back seat on court
Striking Polish workers refuse to settle for half a loaf
Paris sidesteps fishermen, backs a previous offer
Coalition charts a way to save cities
PCBs: a salty solution
Solving the mystery of food labels
Good looks that will wear well
The snake in textbooks; "It was once believed that snakes thought with every part of their part of their bodies."; R. G. Otis, "Snakes of Asia"
Wisconsin saves time, money with computerized welfare system
White House family parleys seek job, tax, and government-policy shifts
Eggplant and squash combine in ratatouille
A blockbusting opener for Broadway's new season :42nd Street Musical comedy with songs by Harry Warren and Al Dubin.Book by Michael Stewart and Mark...
Polish strikers push communists toward showdown
Georgia runoff: why Talmadge won an election he could have lost