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Monitor Archive for September 11, 1980
Will this nominee fly?
China's congress throws away its rubber stamp
US chefs compete in international culinary olympics
THE MAN WHO LIVES IN THE 18th CENTURY
George Brett's bat moves toward the magic .400
Why Washington's 'new' nukes would be worse
The seeds of love
Above me the skies
Britain closes doors of embassy in Tehran
Carter wins back Byrne: Will she bring Illinois?
Polish party task: explaining 'villas' in era of scarcity
Tuning in (cautiously) to neighborhood TV
New single-family homes continue sales rise in July
Planting seeds of peace in Israel
Security tight in retrial of Arizona murder case
Carter gets more flak on 'Stealth'
US units agree on targets in white-collar-crime fight
The slam that eludes Borg -- still worth it? Female Olympics in Utah
Proposition 13-type measures on ballots in nine states
Sergeant who was ousted on gay grounds reinstated
Sale of A-fuel to India in congressional turndown
Washington State assesses an enigma: Dixy Lee Ray
Poles knock again at Moscow's door
LaDonna Harris' Citizens Party wants just 5%
Ig's apple season, and time to bake pies
World attitudes changing; When women want fewer children
FOOTBALL; Iranian hostages and the NFL
Britain considers 'college' of new skills for those laid off
Gains and losses for US policy in troubled Mideast arc
On-again, off-again debate off again
'Liberal' tilt in New York may tip votes to Reagan in November
One man's Mao
Congress shapes stiffer law on hiring illegal aliens
'Shogun' -- an Oriental 'Gone With the Wind'?
Six billion by the year 2000?
The quintessential invention
Confessions of a John Cassavetes fan
Britain Royal Mint makes a mint making money
Antique dealers find success, safety in numbers
Afghanistan urges backing by youth amid desertions
Why not 3 times 2?
Riding the skies
Courting cameras in a campaign
Only $900 a wheel
Politics versus economics
China's new leadership reflects compromise between young and old
Qaddafi casts a longer shadow
MISCELLANEOUS; Women's Games in Utah
Industry and arts grow together in Connecticut
Egypt modernizing Suez Canal in bid to capture more big-tanker traffic
Food costs up, but farmers get less