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Monitor Archive for December 9, 1996
A Wild World, Drawn With Precision
Italy's Long Arm of the Law Grabs Its Own 'Clean' Hand
Classroom Conductor Has the Kids Upbeat
Serb Leader's Soft Tactics Show Weakness, Strength
Going to the Horse's Mouth
The Whole Family Can Help Children in Need
Helping Kids Make It in a Benchmark Year
How Philanthropy Shapes American Life
How the Food Summit Fell Sadly Short
Sexual Abuse Rises as More Women Do Time
Paris Tries to Direct NATO's Club Med
Would You Like A Moat or Maze With Yours?
News In Brief
When the Post Office Moves
A Scheme to Cut Social Security?
Indian Reservations Reap Deadly Legacy of WWII
When Greenspan Asks Question, Market Listens
Riverdance Shifts Irish Dancing Into High Gear
In Gulf, US Wants the Oil But Not the Responsibility
Rwanda Seeks To Bridge Deep Ethnic Divide
Parents Find Good Toys Come From Small Stores
High Court May Draw Line on Racial Districts
More High School Students Seek Early Word on College
US and the World, Ch. 2
Johnny Appleseed, Only With Fish
Runoff Votes Could Make Texas GOP Territory
Microsoft Juggernaut Boosts Hand-Held Computer Market
A Change in Style But Not Substance?