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Monitor Archive for March 28, 1980
Twyla Tharp belongs on Broadway, but
Previn and the Pittsburgh
Word processors faster than dictation
Britain to drop sixpence
Little hydro dams make a big splash
A dream passes
a dainty dish
The Monitor's View: Quote
Happy to be
Resisting attacks along the church-state front
'Count me in'
Carter set to sgin bill taxing oil windfall profits
Kissinger sees potential for showdown with Iran
Eavesdropper in a 'pine stump'
Study finds imports could help US natural-gas needs
20 reported slain in Iran guerrilla-Army clash
Strauss says Kennedy on 'both sides of issues'
Time runs out for military draft funding
Gold prices help S. Africa propose a growth budget
Jamaica cuts ties with IMF
UN resolutions too heavy for delicate tasks
The Monitor's View: Quote (2)
When the campaign trail hits the Mideast
Sadat's moment of truth
Long-arm reach of the 'little old lady'
Check before coating a wood-shingle roof
Paint to use on cedar siding
Curling floor tile: time to replace it
Muriatic acid for cleaning old tile?
Blocking air flow in window tracks
Get "outside-inside" feeling in swing
Another sitzmark for the World Cup
Reds say they'll be tough team to beat
Carter, Kennedy spar over 'tightwad' budget
Rhodesia: at last, less fear of hitting a land mine with car
Iranians may use US hostages to strike back at Carter re-election hopes
'What did Shah ever do for us?'
Egypt: US must put firm hand on Israel
Anderson third-party effort unwise?
US isn't getting very far with sanctions against Soviets
Behind Begin's move on Hebron schools: analysis
USSR sniffing out sources in West for two key metals, CIA reports
Aid pledges fall short of goal
Cambodian cupboard almost bare again as aid slacks off
US warned not to plunge into chemical weapons race
Soviets: 'US double-crossed us on germ warfare charges"
What's happened since TMI
A spring of anti-nuclear events
Nuclear power one year after Three Mile Island
Hard-pressed Hungary scraps old economic tactics
Discipline in the garden shapes up those ragged rows
Marigold 'battlements' around your garden
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