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Monitor Archive for March 14, 1996
Respond to Terrorism With Restraint, Not Revenge
Northern Ireland's Protestants Pine For Peace - and Some Ready for War
Mexico's Ruling Party Sends Message to Local Bullies
News In Brief
Failed Foreign Marriages In Japan: Boom to Bust?
Give and Take Could Yield Key Pact to Ban Nuke Tests
SERVE THREE (YEAR-OLDS)
Self Portrait In Pencil
WORDS OF NOTE
OUT ON VIDEO
Honored, At Last
At Job Interview Beware: Wild Socks May Cost You
Once a Beacon to Africa, Zimbabwe's Light Dims
As the Economy Turns
Champion of Irish Cooking Tells Its Story Beyond Spuds
Family Dinners Provide Food for Thought as Well
Tundra Town Is More Than Huskie Haven
Landmark Settlement Boosts Foes of the Tobacco Industry
The Splendor, Wit, And Saturnine Satire Of Modern Irish Fiction
Unfulfilled Primary Promises
Stakes Rise in GM Strike Over Parts 'Outsourcing'
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO...?
Feds Urge Better Rail Safety
'Cushioned Pews, No Hell'
Greener Greenbacks: Financiers Go Eco-Efficient
A Musty Old Book We Just Couldn't Part With
Spring: The Flow of Power
Finding the Freer Side of My Father
A US-Russian Chicken Fight Foretells Trade Battles to Come
'The Neon Bible' Sets Lyrical Tone
'Bud and Bob' Show: No Lack of Drama
Stuffed Spudniks and Spell-Your-Name Soup
Variations on a Theme: New Plant Varieties Spark the Spring Season
Southern Schools Pay Cash for High Marks