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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1980
Warner cartoons: that's not all, folks!
The many masks of modern art-II
Treasures beyond the shelves
PARIS: a reflective mood for autumn
Get the facts
The Monitor's View: Quote
Coal: comfort and caveats
Egyptian Cabinet resigns so Sadat can make shift
Two big US banks drop prime rate to 16 1/2%
Iranians entering Britain will have to have visas
Iran's parliament in hands of fundamentalist victors
Afghans in Pakistan plan to form government in exile
Cuban influx hits 36,000; 2 criminal suspects in tow
Swedish workers return to work with a raise
USSR revising oil setup; '80s exports seen certain
Judge postpones ruling on Carter oil-import fee
Balloon floats into history with transcontinental lift
Students seize Libyan embassies
If we can save the whale, why not energy?
Mr. Carter's second 'low'
Nastase: calmer but still candid The Suns: also rising?
The Islanders turn out to be a tough team on the road
Air Force mandate -- airlift: But does it pack the muscle for the job?
After Cuba: million more wait to come
Gas tax vs. balanced budget is tough choice for Congress
Coal -- road to enough energy?
Cuba, Bahamas: unhappy neighbors
Power struggle in Uganda
Afghans lament lack of guns
Unions seeking 'inflation' benefits while economy slips into recession
You can tell a lot about a person by looking at his garbage
'Great silver give-back' gets raves at the Waldorf
South African church group flirts with civil disobedience
Feisty Franz-Josef Strauss stumbles in W. German chancellor's race
Britain's key cup final marred by violent soccer brawl
Confrontation looms over defence of the money funds
Primer on the Money Market
Behind the noted 'troubles' a curious glint of benefits
Small businesses getting a start in job-starved areas
Keeping the power on: high costs to tame
Wheeling out a sports car almost as quick as a wink
What's good for General Motors a vote of confidence
London's political man: home rule envisioned
LE MONDE: KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES
CUBA: WHERE THE CUPBOARD IS BARE
Is Carter-Kennedy race over? It all depends on whom you ask
Hanoi insists US shares the blame for exodus of Viet 'boat people'
Pausing for a 'blue moment'
New Zealand's ski season takes flight in May
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