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Monitor Archive for April 7, 1995

Tocqueville Had It Right: America Is 'Exceptional'
Surviving the Storms Over Awful Spelling
Internet Traffic Jam Could Slow Data Flow
'Arcadia' Has Intellectual Heft But Fails to Arouse Emotion
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
The Kurds Get in Their Own Way Under the Wing of US Protection
CD REVIEWS
CALRIFICATION
New York City to Lasso Mob's Spreading Tentacles

Politics and the Tax Cut
States' Bid to Change Workplace Hire Laws Leaves Women Split
Raise Cigarette Taxes To Reduce Smoking
TEAM NAMES AND COMMENTS FROM OTHER ENTRANTS
'Harvey Milk' Work Takes Provocative Stance
Mod Takes Center Stage For Fall
Guatemala and CIA's 'Sources and Methods'
News In Brief
Freeze Frames
WORTH NOTING ON TV
When Iran Hedges Closer, US Pushes Away
Europeans Brace For an Invasion Of American Football
NOW IN PAPERBACK
Female Harpist Finally Gets Credit
Our Readers' JAZZY JERSEYS
Racial and Ethnic Prejudice Dissolved
Gingrich & Co. Gain Ground but Can't Yet Claim Final Triumph
Let's Plant Seedlings, Tree Lover Tells Climate Experts
Peru's Stacked Elections
Women and Sports
Program to Resettle Iraqis In US Comes Under Fire
The Grub Nook With Great Oyster Stew
US Customs Nabs Spy Smuggling Ring
Venezuela Poised to Open Oil Fields to Foreigners
WORDS OF NOTE
Wind-Swept Seascape of Sounds
Mexico Offers Retort to US Anti-Immigrant Moves