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Monitor Archive for December 16, 1996

TWA 800 Probe Leads Agency To Urge New Safety Measures
Winter Morning at Windows, Reading Emily Dickinson
Europe and UN Take Bold Steps As Paris Gives In
A Shrunken Zaire Awaits Return of Mobutu
Still Acceptably Quaint, But Flirting With 'Odd'

Needed: a Permanent War-Crimes Tribunal
Boeing and McDonnell Douglas tie $48 billion knot
Carey Gets Second Term to Accelerate Teamster Reforms
How Young Men Built a Violent Land
Can World Aid Agencies Be Politically Neutral?
Cities Design Smart Highways: Next, Smart Drivers
Why Thousands Take To the Streets in Serbia
President's Cabinet Choices Signal No Desire to Provoke GOP on Hill
Chicago Publisher Takes Discrimination Heat
Whose Woods These Are I Couldn't Care Less
A New Secretary-General
Letters
Dealing With Life's Changes
Palestinian Chief Taps Radicals To Press Israel on Peace Moves
Setting Goals And Scoring Them on Ice
News In Brief
How the Poor Cope in Cairo: Families Make the Difference
Teens Learn to Walk Away From Dating Violence
Twain-Eddy Echoes
A Tough Sell: Breaking Away From Gangs