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Monitor Archive for June 13, 1980
Reaching for the golden days of 'Omnibus'
Wyeth at the Royal Academy
Grain experts conference hints Soviets feel the pinch
Some say US business revival may not be so quick
A bird by any other name
Garden: a thought taken root
Inside Report (3)
Inside Report (2)
Inside Report (4)
Inside Report (5)
Inside Report (1)
Attitude and your job
Stop the urban sprawl on US farmlands
Getting along in the alliance
100 years of care
Registration for a US draft could get going in July
Frenchman to join Soviets on spaceflight in 1982
Afghan rebels reported stepping up use of gas
Census goofed, Hispanics charge
N.Y.-N.J. commuters lose Hudson link in strike
Teachers in South Africa seek nonracial association
Dutch ship with A-waste heads for dumping at sea
A Flag Day call for the 'pledge'
We can't wait
When US sanctions were folly
The electoral college: will it blow its top?
Those less tractable, more demanding Chinese
Condo conversion of old 1887 house captured for TV
Ways to get rid of water stain in log cabin
Help on atrium prefab
How to separate moisture and paint
Cleaning up aluminum
The US Open: they're shooting for a piece of tradition
Carter, Anderson, Reagan debates: Who's David, who's Goliath?
Iran, Afghanistan: two small countries baffle the superpowers
European plan aimed at Mideast deadlock
Keeping Mideast peace talks alive
Thai refugee program risks fanning border tensions
Shoring up parties: Hedge against 'image' politics?
Iran's Bani-Sadr locked in power struggle
Ohira passing puts Japan politics in confusion, ruling party on precipice
More nations elbow way into world's 'nuclear club'
Watson: Next stop, a Cabinet post?
Scotland Yard veils anti-Qaddafi Libyans in Britain
Jordan's King out to modify Carter views
Europe's new Mideast plan divides Sadat's Arab critics
'Missing memeograph' case puts Polish dissident on trial
Layoff tide spreads across US economy
A 'moral' argument in support of nuclear power
Cossiga victory pulls Christian Democrats out of tailspin
IRANIAN KURDS: A CONTINUING REVOLT AGAINST THE REVOLUTION
ANOTHER SETBACK FOR THE REBELS?
In praise of thinning out fruit on the bough
Plant-multiplying: three easy ways
Picture the tiny hummingbird -- outside your window
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