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Monitor Archive for October 5, 2007

In first test, Congress narrows scope of ethics reform
Monks flee crackdown in Burma
On stage in Jerusalem, Jewish and Arab audiences hear the other side of the story – in their own language
A rosy scenario for stock market, but will it last?
California effort to alter '08 race stalls
At high court: In a drugs-for-gun deal, is the gun being 'used'?
Reporters on the Job
Will Costa Rica join Latin America's leftward tide?
Will Bhutto boost Musharraf?
N. Korea shifts toward engagement with world
Peace seekers in the Koreas
Letters to the Editor
Restore habeas, restore security
The Guards run the show in Iran
For baseball's rookies, postseason a chance to shine
To shift records, world-music artists sell exotic back stories
In 'Michael Clayton,' a whistle-blower runs for ethical cover
Monitor picks
Autovations: Jeep Patriot
Into it: Moshin Hamid
Revivals, big and small
For the Royal Shakespeare Company, the play's the thing
New in theaters
'Heartbreak' remake feels like trading down
Christ can bridge the gap
Using our heads in time and space
A wild butterfly chase
Banquet of color
Introducing a store with one-item shopping
Americans should banish 'trying' to do things
Made-in-U.S.S.R. 'Moon' Circles Earth; Space Era Advent Jolts Washington
'Elders' criticize West's response to situation in Darfur