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Monitor Archive for September 22, 1980
She sings lyrics of affirmation for women
S. Fierz of Queen's College -- 'We're warmer and jollier'
The first day back after a strike -- 'it won't be the same'
Sound advice for the college-bound
Stocks resist profit takers to keep 'spring' rally going
Art that stays a while
'To see oursels'
'The play's the thing'
Phone calls can be an important link between kids and working moms
Teen volunteers give time, talent
So you are moving
Carter's Campaign tone
Muskie and the nukes
Great cities of the world: planning for the 21st century
For the Record (2)
For the Record (1)
Iran, Iraq, and Algeria join Emirates in an oil cutback
Soviet soldier who sought asylum leaves US mission
New Turkish leader forms Cabinet; security tightens
US, Canadian post offices begin a high-speed setup
Rower bests Atlantic but defers to channel
Monetary summit excludes PLO
N.Y. transit risks US aid with handicapped ruling
Uganda puts off touchy elections
Carter's urban policy in trouble over funding
Children in the fast lane
Reagan's avowed Republicanism: an asset?
Squatting on Europe's urban frontier
Lakers will be tough again
The global struggle for power; Who's who in the world of espionage
Signal from a busy Wall Street: Does it mean recession is over?
Soviet dissidents laud Polish workers, defy KGB, crackdown
Campaign Roundup (1)
No danger from Titan warhead seen by US Defense Department
iran's oil wealth may be imperiled by fighting
Behind Iran-Iraq rift: a 1975 pact
Soviets launch space capsule with propaganda weapon aboard
Poles see no sign of Soviet troop activity near border
Israel to hand West Bank, Gaza to Jordan if Labor wins next election
Carter, Reagan hustle to bolster bids in key states
Boston hosts 'great cities'
'Bank' report tells of '70s challenges
No 'smoking gun' in Senate probe of Billy Carter deals
Better control design may mean fewer nuclear accidents
The Crillion: a hotel with a history
Comfortable, economic options for the overseas traveler
For a cozy vacation, rent an enchantingly Irish thatched cottage
Scarlet ibises, white egrets, on a balmy tropical evening
Servas -- a letter of introduction to another culture
Cruise skipper: dealing smoothly with the unexpected
Traveling by Boat, not Bus
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