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Monitor Archive for June 4, 1980
Canada visits Broadway with biography and song; 'Billy Bishop Goes to War' Biographical drama with songs and musical accompaniment. Written, compose...
June is the networks' 'dumping time' for fine documentaries
Charles et Lucie; Starring Daniel Ceccaldi and Ginette Garcin Directed by Nelly Kaplan
From Australia, a calm and sunny movie; My Brilliant Career Starring Judy Davis. Directed by Gill Armstrong
The crucial art of our century
Cape Cod Jazz Festival: already a trend-setter?
An exile goes back to Ireland; Home Before Night, by Hugh Leonard. New York: Atheneum. $9.95.
Bleak lives vividly painted; Falling in Place, by Ann Beattie. New York: Random House. $10.95.
Farce in a southern drawl; A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole. Baton Rouged: Louisiana State University Press. $12.95.
Marx and Friedman see eye to eye on money
Nor busy signal nor strike keeps electronic mail from its rounds
Japanese become world's great adventurers
Enclosing the wide open
Anyone for a stroll?
Where years touch little
For Madeleine -- Engaged
A look at early Vogue covers; The Art of Vogue Covers 1909-1940, by William Packer. New York: Harmony Books.
Community arts center offers something for everyone
Opening our eyes to good
The West Bank bombings
How people make this trail worth following
Clark pleads for freeing hostages
Cuban exit winds down, with roster almost 100,000
Troops felt Afghanistan was to be 'maneuvers'
Don't push Passion Play, US forces in Europe told
China, admitting failures in Tibet, plans reforms
New Hebrides rebels set up separate regime
Two cosmonauts return from visit to Salyut 6
Amin says he'd like to go home
The Monitor's View: Quote
Control immigration? No excuse for not trying
The secretary of state's 'I believe'
Who will pick the next president?
Dowsing: is it all done with magnetism?
States' rights and nuclear-waste disposal
Heiden's goal: just to relax and race bikes
Don't doze long
Kremlin allies grumble over Afghan war
Remember the old 'service' station? It's back
Moscow view: Carter no, Reagan yes
US adding to Indian Ocean 'presence'
Experts' advice to small savers: don't tie up money long term
Arab mayors propelled into limelight by terror attacks
Bolivia: vote ahead -- or coup?
Drop in oil sales adds to Iran's woes
Black-white rift widens in S. Africa, oil attacks hint
Church Directors press need for spiritual progress
People-to-people efforts mark Rotarians' 75th year
Dove in hawkish British Cabinet wants to fight unions 'softly'
Bottle-bill forces mail cans, sign petitions to press issue
Should retirees cash in on inflated home values?
Saving certificates for income
Worker ownership -- often a good cure for ailing firm
Strout awarded honorary doctorate
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