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Monitor Archive for April 18, 1995
Power of the Poster Persists in Paris
Maine Gallery Plans Wyeth Study Center
Canada's Foresters See Green in China
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Drive to Split Off Quebec Hits a Divide
A Chance Meeting With a Chimp in a Mall
Roosevelt's Memory Lingers On
Feeling Right About God In Our Hearts
Turkey's Leader Poses Hard Test for Clinton
Democracy Rides Back Seat In Mugabe's Zimbabwe
A Chronology of Environmental Laws in the United States
Clinton Strikes Back
A Harvest of New Books for Earth Day
Doing Battle With Forces That Discourage Saving
How Conscientious Objectors Distribute 'Taxes'
Earth Day at 25: A US Environmental Report Card
US Blacks Tilt Right Politically
French Campaign With US Style
Laptop Computers' Mice -- Exterminated By a Touch?
Cops Enter Homes to Seize Kids' Guns
Turkey Merits US Backing As It Hunts Terrorists
Finding Your Way Home From Anywhere by Satellite
How to Help Hostages in Iraq
Americans Go 'Lite Green'
Japan's 'Yen Problem'
California Residents Balk At Path to Their Back Door
Americans Test Sound of Silence: Week With No TV
Mandela Reigns as Chief of Southern Africa
News In Brief
The Venerable Delany Sisters Have Their Say on Broadway
Arabs Riding Harleys Rev Up Emirates' Ire
Moscow Readies for WWII Anniversary
Passing Down The Golden Gift of Time
Black Students End DePaul University Sit-In