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Monitor Archive for May 19, 1980
Police and minorities: tragedy and reform
Giscard, Brezhnev talk in Warsaw
Common Market cuts scope of Iran sanctions
Iranian exiles say drive is on to topple Khomeini
Salvadoran troops engage guerrillas in stiff fight
Islamic lands seek to join in collective security
China fires booster rocket in central-Pacific test
Choi insists S. Korea will advance democracy
Mt. St. Helens blows her top
Carter signs bill to keep food stamps flowing
In a world polls apart
Power of persuasion
Richard Nixon revisited
Flyers and Islanders sweep into a wild final round for the Stanley Cup
42 Magic points put the cap on pro basketball for 1980
Budget-slicing Congress cuts into US 'social' outlays
Sadat faces deep unrest at home as promises not kept
Mood over Miami: racism, and 'a need to listen'
Oregonians -- independent, issue-oriented mavericks at the ballot box
US 'drops its guard' along Mexican border due to Cuban crisis
Europe puts large holes into Iran sanctions net
Levesque: too good to succeed?
Resumed Israeli raids in Lebanon have hit civilian populace heavily
For Ohira, the fat's in the fire
US budget ax poised over aid allocations
Mondale happy as VP, not out for Carter's job
US zoos do a little horsetrading to display rare Chinese animals
Muslim states 'helpless' over Afghanistan
Interest in Bible growing in Eastern Europe, says report from Poland
Bahamas seethes over patrol-boat sinking
The tie stays, shirtsleeves are cropped
The FRENCH get fit
Jazz Flats take the floor
New UN overture on hostages gives a peaceful option
Got the urge to travel? Better buy tickets now
Test yourself: Should you be a writer?
A guide for young writers; In Your Own Words, by Sylvia Cassedy. New York: Doubleday. $7.95.
A treasure-trove of black talent on the New York stage
Curiously, it's a landmark year for revivals of Kurt Weill operas
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