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Monitor Archive for April 17, 1996

It Takes Grace To Forgive
Lessons of a Nuclear Disaster Gone to Waste at Chernobyl
UNDER PROTEST FROM GERMANY, MOSCOW DISPLAYS ANCIENT GOLD TREASURES
African Nations Try Self-Help, Seeking Strength In Unity
THE 13 KEYS TO THE PRESIDENCY
Once Over Lightly
US, Japan Turn Alliance From Gloom to Bloom
Fighters and Looters Gut Capital, Spinning Liberia Out of Control

IN THE LUMIRE BROTHERS' FOOTSTEPS
The Pyongyang Puzzle
Zeffirelli and Company Deliver A Splendid 'Jane Eyre'
As US Defends Japan, Who's Being Served?
Israel Wins New Friends, And Isolates an Old Enemy
Mexico, Lies, and Video: Police Nabbed in Killing
Talk Takes a New Turn in a Taxi
Keeping High-Tech Machines at Low Risk
Denver's Dueling Dailies: One Paper Backpedals
Poverty Radiates in Region, Numbing Fear of Chernobyl
Rehnquist-Led Court Shifts Power to States
Respecting the Refs
African-Americans and Jews Rebuild a Tattered Alliance
Hemline Theory And Other 'Keys' To Predicting the Next President

A Way Out of Lebanon
EDITORIAL LETTERS
WORDS OF NOTE
In Britain, Ethical Investing Movement Catches Fire; Big Inflows to 'Wind Fund'
France's Big War Companies Asked to Love Each Other
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A North Korean Mountain Hike In Sensible Leather Flats
Vivid, Enticing Movies From France With Love
To Halt Sprawl, San Jose Draws Green Line in Sand
Clinton Bid for Korea Talks May Redesign Peace
As US Defends Japan, Who's Being Served?
News In Brief
A Temple Blooms in Suburban London