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Monitor Archive for March 6, 1996

It's a Wilde Ride On the Oregon Campaign Trail
WORDS OF NOTE
Office Art Goes Lean
Europe Nears Plan With US to Go It Alone in NATO
Pakistan Feels the Heat Of US Nuclear Worries
Not Told to Share, Russians Don't
A Letter of Love and Wisdom From a Zimbabwean Mother To Her Daughter in America
Apprentice in Winter
Info Highway: a Long and Winding Road
'TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE'
Quebec's Premier Urges Separatists To Ease War on English Speakers
Dole's Emerging Tactic: Add Style to Substance
Colombia, Mexico, Drugs
EDITORIAL LETTERS
The Monitor's Guide to BESTSELLERS
News In Brief
Mali's Nomads Coaxed to Adopt Modern Life
Many-Layered Process in Bosnia
China's Trials of Its Dissidents May See a Bit of Legal Reform
Five Years Later, Uneasy Stability in Middle East
Answering Terror
Statistics on US Economy: Up and Down
California Classrooms Get Wired
Strict Etiquette Lives On In Japan: Pick a Seat Wisely
Battle for Control in Iran
LOANS CREATE TERRACED FIELDS, EASING RURAL POVERTY IN CHINA
New Census Bureau Portrait Of the American Landscape
'St. Mugg': How Spirituality Surfaced for a British Journalist

A Sure Foundation
Experimental Artists Explore New Horizons in Cyberspace
Searching the Mountains of Heaven
Sincerely Yours, Anonymous
Candidates Court 'Twentysomethings'