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Monitor Archive for October 23, 1996
Realpolitik in Southwest Asia
Democrats Seek Lift From Michigan Swing Seat
Campaign Finance Reformers Face Big Hurdle: High Court
In a Nation With Slaves, A Woman Wins a Voice
Telekom Shares Lure Germans Into Stocks
Colombia Stays in US Disfavor
Will 'World' Series Always Be in Quotes?
Prostitution's Pernicious Reach Grows in the US
Thousands of World's Seeds Are Caught Out on a Limb
Chirac Speaks Out for 'First Arts'
News In Brief
In Japan, 'Good' Bank Shines Amid Scandal-Torn Industry
Chicago Schools Try to Make the Grade
Sealing My Vote Without 'Stars and Stripes Forever'
The Path to Peace In Northern Ireland
Foreign Policy Beyond Campaign Mush
Murders Impede Justice in Rwanda
Apathetic Voters Send a Message: Talk About the 'Greater' Issues
New School Straddles Europe's Divide
Ethics Drive Launched In Britain
Ballot Initiatives Rise As a Route Around Legislative Gridlock
Why a Moral Society Should Put Limits on Unfettered Inquiry
Justice in South Africa
Near the Top of the World, A Friend Who Has My Face
Central American Sleuths Target a Hot Black Market
The 1 Percent Audience
Declassified Papers Show US Won Sputnik Race After All
Alternative Treatments Make Gains in Medical Community
Giving, Pouring, Sharing
With Super Slugging and Pitching, Atlanta Takes Control