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Monitor Archive for September 8, 1980
Air fares rising, and not just over fuel
US hostage issue flares afresh as election factor
Union leaders drift in behind Carter on economic plan
Kremlin hurries to approve Kania Polish chief
No crime surge in Detroit despite 690 police layoffs
At NJC, judges learn the ABCs of justice
Syrian President going to Libya for merger talks
It's your record -- make it the best one possible
Edmund Wilson's diaries from the '30s; The Thirties: From Notebooks and Diaries of the Period, by Edmund Wilson. Edited and with an introduction by...
Roman villa unearthed; Greek temple destroyed?
Been in the Storm So Long, by Leon F. Litwack. New York: Vintage Books. $7 .95.
Whay Carter wants a second term
Off-again, on-again talks: more German confusion
Thus spokes Zarathustra -- a philosophy for the bicycle
A bigger league, a better man
Will US Army reforms whip forces into fighting trim?
Will school be better or worse this year?
Merchants of Grain, by Dan Morgan. New York: Penguin Books. $3.95.
The Door in the Wall and Other Stories, by H. G. Wells, with photographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn. Boston: David R. Godine. $5.95.
Bickering Canadian leaders meet to chart nation's future
This advice could be worth a million dollars
British, Saudis patch up rift over film but other differences loom
Notices for the teacher's room; Paris workers face educationaly lockout this fall
East-West relations put to test in Madrid
Oates' gothic epic: strange, oppulent; Bellefleur, by Joyce Carol Oates. New York: E. P. Dutton. $12.95.
Dominion and the promise of things to come
The Bard and carpentry make a well-rounded company
Munich: The Price of Peace, by Telford Taylor. New York: Vintage Books. $8 .95.
Nonproliferation pact fails to gain review panel's OK
Spruce Goose: Queen Mary's new berthmate
Rise in interest rates last week put a flutter in the stock market
Notices for the teacher's room; One of every 10 BAs earned by blacks
New man in Warsaw
The USSR in photos -- official and candid; Russia: The Land and the People of the Soviet Union, photographs by Dieter Blum. New York: Abrams. $45.;...
Salvadoran chiefs ship overhaul government
The Greek Islands, by Lawrence Durrell. New York: Penguin Books. $12.95.
The Warren Court, edited by Richard H. Sayler, Barry B. Boyer, and Robert E. Gooding Jr. New York: Chelsea House. $7.95.
The Nabokov-Wilson Letters, 1940-1971, edited by Simon Karlinsky. New York: Harper Colophon Books. $6.95.
Protecting US secrets -- and the First Amendment
Arabs twist tail of IMF to get PLO observer seat
Luminous novel based on Pasternak; The Nobel Prize, by Yuri Krotkov. Translated by Linda Aldwinckle. New York: Simon & Schuster. $12.95.
Notices for the teacher's room; New York to Quebec and vice versa to start this fall
How the arms race grows apace
Poland: new leadership; old problems
Black woman reached Miss America finals
Muskie, Gromyko to meet on European A-reductions
Bloomsbury: A House of Lions, by Leon Edel. New York: Avon Books. $2.75.
Reagan forcing Carter to Work hard on his own turf
Let's share the cost of recession
Women and Men of the Overland Trail, by John Mack Faragher. New Haven: Yale University Press. $6.50.
Lippmann: statesman at a typewriter; Walter Lippmann and The American Century, by Ronald Steel. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $19.95.
GM official flays policy of US firms in S. Africa
Delirious New York, by Rem Koolhaas. New York: Oxford University Press. $ 18.95.
China to call 'gang of four' trial
A Chinese first: orderly power transfer
To put US-Soviet relations back on track
Saudis to raise oil price $4 a barrel, cartel says
Chrissie had to work in Open final
Why East Germans shrug off events in Poland
Sharks also thrive on affection
Baseball diamonds: a girl's best friend (?)
Get to know your child enroute to the soccer field
Election outlook: Reagan still leads despite slow start