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Monitor Archive for April 10, 1980
The art of experience
Chicago's burgeoning stage: a profile
Bahamas tightens bank-secrecy
Dr. McCracken on 'the American disease'
Those April showers bring acid
Country food after a walk in England's Lake District
Kamman lectures at Harvard
Belgian endive -- an edible spring bud
Chicken-dumplings a nostalgic recipe
Defining herbs powdered or leafy
Drinking the Sun of Corinth
the timeless renews
Ball point painting
The Hemline controversy: Milan Skirts the issue
Stripping the "macho" from youth sports
Wanted: Olympic heroes
A step against 'acid rain'
Iranian diplomatic colony heads for home from US
Several more counts thrown out against Lance
Shah leaves hospital for a Cairo palace
Israeli shops, businesses stage inflation shutdown
US limits role on Havana exiles
Swiss asked to represent US interests in Iran
USSR -- and US -- work on satellite-killers
Heavy fighting breaks truce in Chad strife
Prisoners go back to jobs after long work stoppage
2,500 Rhodesia guerrillas reported to return home
Israeli troops enter Lebanon, occupy UN area
Hostages set up for spy trial?
Jerry Brown -- the cruel shredding of a 'flake'
Three productivity myths
One man's misfortune
US women's basketball team selected; Lieberman quits
BASEBALL Ruth lore: fact or fiction?
US presses for boycott of Moscow Olympics
Iraq bids for Arab leadership
Iran's 'state of extraodinariness'
Remember cash? It's back in vogue in US marketplace
Europe gives soft answer to Carter trumpet on Iran
'Politics' may prod Carter to controls
An Iowa county turns from Carter
Aid debate: Should US help nations that bite back?
Begin's dilemma: breaking deadlock on autonomy could cost him his job
White House calls Olympic boycott a test of US credibility
Moscow's Olympic high jump into space
US workers could make Carter pay
What underlies resurgence of Egypt's militant Islamic groups
Mark Russell Star-spangled satirist
Volcanoes: windows on the deep earth
Is that my million--dollar baby?
Detente's Determined Defenders
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