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Monitor Archive for December 6, 1995
One Writer Finds His Place In the World of Worthy Ideas
WORDS OF NOTE
Called Cash Launderers, Panamanians Hit Back
Healing Role Of Spirituality Gains Ground
Russians Vote for Their Wallet, National Identity in Campaign
Families Push To Free Pilots Held by Serbs
'It's Values, Stupid,' Political Essayist Argues
Some Other Time
When a Notable Collection Of Art Breaks Up
Keeping It Together - Barely
British Ambassadors Consider Adding A Princess to Ranks
A Cold-War Reality Check: Didn't Communism Die??
Don't Forget East Timor
THE MONITOR'S GUIDE TO BESTSELLERS
News In Brief
At-Home Businesses Get a Sympathetic Ear on Capitol Hill
Kimono Maker Honors Tradition of Innovation
Democracy's Chances in Haiti
Disgruntled Serbs Around Sarajevo Threaten Peace As NATO Arrives
Florida Townsfolk Cheer For Hometown Warrior In the GOP 'Revolution'
Europe's Stake in Bosnia
New Foreign Auto Plants In US May Bring Shakeout
Damascus Won't Accept 'Peace at Any Price'
Honor Codes: Newest Pledge on Campuses
Newspaper Legend's Life In the Press and in Private
Praying About Disease
INTERVIEW WITH ACTOR, ACTIVIST HARRY BELAFONTE
In Defense Of the Perfect 'Pride and Prejudice'
Shoulder-to-Shoulder Evidence of American Civilization
California Utilities at Charged Crossroad