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Monitor Archive for November 15, 1995
The Single Flame
Evangelical Fervor Stirs Brazil
WORDS OF NOTE
It's a Small World, After All, For US-Style Theme Parks
British MPs React to Rules That Curtail Outside Fees
Around the World: The Big, the New, the Odd
The Inside Story from a True 'Old Pro'
'Train Wreck' Explained
German Plan to Split Atoms Threatens Fissure With US
News In Brief
KGB Spies Find Tough New Mission: Guarding Russia's Nervous Bankers
Shutdown Revives Talk About Who Is 'Essential'
The Former Rust Belt Now Shines As Manufacturer of Economic Growth
Straddling Cultural Divides With Grace
Fed Draws Ire for Wearing Inflation Blinkers
Rabin: First, Last, and Always an Israeli Patriot
A 'Whale' and a 'Shrimp' Gang Up on Japanese
Prayer and Practice
India's Overseas Investors Spur Economic Nationalists
Birds Get a Break in Texas With Land Conversion Law
A Constant Stream of Stories And a Lesson for the Teacher
Affirmative-Action Efforts Wane
Airlines Hold End-of-the-Year Fare Sale
Who Holds US Foreign Policy Hostage?
Evangelicals' Big Gains Started in the 1960s
Los Angeles Gallery Dynamic Changes With Bicoastal Art Merger
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