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Monitor Archive for May 12, 1980
The draft and you
France's promising plan for Africa
Kremlin calls on Carter for revival of 'dialogue'
Soviet nonmilitary experts driven from Afghanistan?
Agreement reached on Belgian coalition
Ousted Army chief's men seize radio in Uganda
Previous collision in Tampa Bay cited
Zimbabwe police pursue guerrillas gangs
Israel establishes 44th settlement
Polish dissidents continue hunger strike
Another foe of Libya killed, this time in Bonn
Chrysler gets a $1.5 billion OK
Name designers and their autograph hounds
Might Carter drop out of the race?
US Olympics training center host to a full house
Magic skips several rungs in his basketball climb
New Mideast summit ahead for Carter?
Republican 'minority' sees best chance for 'majority' status in 1980
Refugee tide: little sign of ebbing
Afghan refugees: too much sun, too few tents
Behind Sadat's suspension of Palestine autonomy talks
All addressed, nowhere to go; draft forms await Senate
S. African poll puts Botha firmly in driver's seat
Will recession aid pierce Carter's budget ceiling?
If US cuts aid, hard times ahead for Northeast cities
Iran fundamentalists ahead in second round of election
Common Cause renews its push to tighten campaign financing laws
East, West Germany try to salvage detente
Belgrade talks chip at East-West ice
Criticism mounts over Thatcher's economic policies for Britain
Chicago ERA rally sends politicians, states a warning
Amid furor over TV show, new funding for its producer
'Pragmatic' Kim Dae Jung stresses democracy in S. Korean campaign
Vietnamese refugess in N. Yemen find tribal society hard to penetrate
Solzhenitsyn memoir; The Oak and the Calf: Sketches of Literary Life in the Soviet Union, by Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn. Translated from the Russian...
Mrs. Lindbergh's diary; The War Within and Without: Diaries and Letters 1939-1941, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $1...
The Viking Age -- more than spoils and plunder; The Viking World, by James Graham-Campbell. New Haven and New York: Ticknor & Fields. $25.
No one ever called him Jack; John D.: The Founding Father of the Rockefellers, by David Freeman Hawke. New York: Harper & Row. $12.95.
West Germany: where the American dream came true; The Fourth and Richest Reich: How the Germans Conquered the Postwar World, by Edin Hartrich. New Y...
The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, by Edmund Morris. New York: Ballantine. $7 .95.
Sleepless Nights, by Elizabeth Hardwick. New York: Vintage. $2.50.
Surviving and Other Essays, by Bruno Bettelheim. New York: Vintage. $4.95.
War and Remembrance, By Herman Wouk. New York: Pocket Books. $3.95.
Samuel Beckett, by Deirdre Bair. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich. $7 .95.
What makes poetry poetic? -- two critics' views; Part of Nature, Part of Us, By Helen Vendler. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. $15.; Lives of t...
Finding music and meaning in daily life; The Morning of the Poem, by James Schuyler. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $10.95.
Autobiographical look at China; Dragon's Village, by Yuan-tsung Chen. New York: Pantheon Books. $10.
A zinger of a thriller; The Torquemada Principle, by Jerrold Morgulas. New York: Rawson, wade. $10.95.
High comedy -- deftly hidden; A Glaass of Blessings, by Barbara Pym. New York: E. P. Dutton. $10.95.
L'Engle: a voice for 'love and commitment'
Heroines with elan all their own; Clever Gretchen and Other Forgotten Folktales, retold by allison Lurie. Illustrated by Margot Tomes. New York: Cro...
Coping without mom and dad; A Star for the Latecomer, by Paul and Bonnie Zindel. New York: Harper Junior Books. $7.95.; The Masquerade, by Susan Shr...
Fantasy journey for all ages; Dustland, by Virginia Hamilton, New York: Greenwillow. $8.95.
Old-fashioned adventures on land and sea; The Half-A-Moon Inn, by Paul Fleischman. Illustrated by Kathy Jacobi. New York: Harper & Row. $8.95.; Pris...
Many-layered family drama; Country of Broken Stone, by Nancy Bond. New York: Atheneum. $10.95.
When sis has to be mom too; The Night Swimmers, by Betsy Byars. Illustrated by Troy Howell. New York: Delacorte. $7.95.
Fairy tales from Europe Tomie de Paola, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The Twelve Dancing Princesses, by Janet Lunn. Illustrated by Laszlo Gal...
Travelling in pictures; Anno's Italy, by Mitsumasa Anno. New York: Collins Publishers. $8.95.; Truck, by Donald Crews. New York: Greenwillow Books....
Fighting WWII in the garage; Conrad's war, by Andrew Davies. New York: Crown. $7.95.
Haunting look at the unknown Stonehenges; Rings of Stone: The Prehistoric Stone Circles of Britain and Ireland, by Aubrey Burl, with photographs by...
Government scandal hits Venezuela
Democrats' concern grows over effects of a Carter loss
Moroccans open corridor to desert outpost, beat back Polisario Fronters
Aftermath of rescue attempt makes another try tougher
Plan to change Constitution disappoints S. Africa blacks
Are the Viets signaling flexibility on Cambodia?
Hold it, say wary Californians to new oil leases
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