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Monitor Archive for September 4, 1980
What's in a name?
Lag cools demand for engineers
Ford 'better idea' launched with fanfare and high hopes
Energy officials message to fuel-saving public: 'Keep it up, America'
Music doth have charms
The revival of teaching ethics
When small farms go solar
Ask the computer for the look that's 'you'
Intelligence to live by
Polish workers: a bigger challenge for Soviets than Tito was
Legislation to protect periled barrier islands advances in Congress
World pact expected to strengthen natural-rubber trade
Hazardous-waste snag piles up
Reagan 'bloopers': Is go-it-alone style to blame?
Police in N. Ireland take over for British Army as terrorism declines
Norman Cousins In search of statesmen
Election panel backs aid if Anderson gets 5% vote
The German factor
NBC votes to extend its president's tenure
Poland and the West
Watching an old house come to life before your eyes
Relief from the warm-weather blues?
2 Quebec officials resign; election rumors backed
South African church deeply split over whether to drop racial barriers
French owners, unionists agree to hold trawler talks
USSR to keep passing up US in arms outlays -- CIA
a mole's eye view of New York City
'One thing we want is to be very close to our grandchildren'
Soviet threat forces pacifist Japan to debate the meaning of patriotism
Adoption 'rights' -- new hope for many
St. Louis busing goes smoothly
Turks deny wave of violence at home undercuts credibility as NATO ally
Ford plans fourth plant in Mexico
Patriots: high spots, holdouts, a history of letdowns
US urged to prod Turks toward Cyprus solution
Try lemon, nutmeg or thyme with garden fresh beans
Polish crisis fails to mar E.-W. German detente
DOUBLE DUTCH DOUBLE DUTCH; All you need is a clothesline and jet-propelled feet
The candidates' worries
China tries its hand at direct elections
South Africa's conscientious objectors; A LONG FIGHT BY A NATION'S PACIFISTS
Wisconsin panel says fort is run by Cuban refugees
Debates: a formal setting might aid Reagan; informal could help Carter
Carter aide: Reagan gaffes are 'what we've looked for'
Construction contracts inch up
Japan's foreign minister gets first glimpse of future Chinese leader
DRug-enforcement teams cracking down on illegal labs
Egypt-Israel talks back on track -- but details unclear
Unloved labors lost
Teens take over women's tennis
S. Africa admits black homelands concept not feasible
Scots selling sand to the Arabs
Italian frittata with zucchini
Donation Granville; A Ce'zanne and a fiberglass cow
One man's ceiling is another man's bird sanctuary
Coming full circle
The US needs a three-man presidential debate
Jury selection begins in another Abscam case
Zimbabwe cuts ties with South Africa
New York. City Opera's 'Student Prince': all that glitters is not grand
Iranian President warns of further chaos under complete clergy rule