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Monitor Archive for January 22, 1996
Dole May Unplug TV Reform
A Final Schuss for an Avid Sledder
Lies About Assault on Rebels Shatter Kremlin's Credibility
The Public Rejects a Hands-Off Defense Budget
Acquittals by British Jury Bring Calls for Change
When Campaign Fibs May Mean Jail Time
News In Brief
Islam Takes Root in Land of Levis
In Barbara Jordan's Purse
Blacks and Immigrants Learning To Live Under One Mosque
Arab Engineer Becomes Fluent In American
Actual State of the Union
Suit Hits Payments for Christian Science Care
Hey Buddy, Can You Spare a Diplomat?
Rebel League Puts Indy Racing in a Spin
Prayer Heals Headaches
In Africa, Writing Is Not For the Faint-Hearted
Moscow Backslides To Anti-Reform, Anti-West Posture
Historic Vote Catapults Palestinians Closer to Peace and Nationhood
How a 'Man's Man' Learns To Enjoy Fatherly Affection
Could It All Come Tumbling Down?
I'm writing as well as I can
Media Still Portray Muslims as Terrorists
Corruption Charges in India Throw Politics Into Chaos
Not All Republicans See '96 Through Dole-Tinted Glasses
Arts Educators Get Mileage Out of 'Mr. Holland's Opus'
'Mr. Holland's Opus' Champions Key Issues With Syrupy Screenplay
Congress, as Boss, Reads Labor Laws and Weeps
What an Investor Can Do When the Market Is Scary
CYBERSPACE EXPERTS SEEK TO ALLAY CONCERNS ABOUT CREDIT CARDS
Plan to Oust Foreign Islamic Terrorists Jolts the Philippines