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Monitor Archive for September 12, 1980
Syria-Libya link may be aimed at Saudis, Soviets
Wrong way to reform the criminal code
Chemical warfare plant advanced in House vote
Puccini: as popular ever -- if he's treated right
A critter raids the outdoor winter vegetable 'bin'
Iraq says it has retaken are fought over with Iran
Soviets, hard-line allies get tougher as Poles embrace new freedom; Kremlin may puts its boost down on any further Polish concessions
At the bottom of it all
Polite, yes; productive, well a poll of Britons
Seoul shuns plea for dissident
Soviets, hard-line allies get tougher as Poles embrace new freedom; Czechs, Romanians move to contain fallout from Poland
Fiat workers in stoppages over job-reduction plan
Next year cool your house as they did back when
The Assad-Qaddafi duet
Japanese scurrying to get out of oil
Rams' top pick really prefers playing defense
Air Force elbows industry for more room in space shuttle's cargo hold
What Saudis soon may tell Carter on oil
School strikes continue in many US communities
Debates: Reagan-Anderson? Reagan-Carter? All three? Or nobody?
Lance agrees ti testify on Billy Cater, Libya
Fare enough for me
The $500 billion arms bill
It took some delving to identify 'the bush'
Santa Fe's multi-media festival: an arts smorgasbord
Enter, Iran's new regime; exit, revolutionary council
Soviets, hard-line allies get tougher as Poles embrace new freedom; 42 Hoza St., where Poland's new 'free union' workers sign up
Mrs. Thatcher adamant on economic policies
Brown on 'Stealth' -- important that world know of US advantage
Ridding beige bricks of Halloween egg stain
To the victor goes fame -- of sorts
Blocked airplane sales -- effective tool against terrorism?
Youth revolts startle sedate West European nations
Housing industry easing into upturn
Pity the poor candidates
Geologists charge US oil 'giveaway' in Gulf of Mexico
Protecting young trees from the onset of winter
Back to learning
Candidates of 1980 invite comparisons with past US 'chiefs'
Canadian leaders try to hammer out a constitutional agreement
Two homes restored to splendor of Victorian Chicago
Unions: Reagan no labor friend
Lasting surface for swim pools
Arson for profit; Preventing dollars from going up in smoke
Berrigans face charges over damage to warheads