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Monitor Archive for April 18, 1996

News In Brief
It's All Fun and Games For These Problem Solvers
Antiterrorism Bill Creates New Tools To Blot Out Crime
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO...?
A Journey Through Time And Miles of Mud
A Grand Day for a Great Tradition
'Son's Day' Takes On 'Daughters Day' To Meet Boys' Needs
Honey, I Cut the Price; Cereal Bowl Shake-Up
'Eat Your Vegetables!' Takes on Fresh Meaning
About Minas Avedisian
As Philippines' Crime Rises, an Angry Public Demands Solutions
A Woman Of Rare Compassion
Not the Best Economy, But Not the Worst
Constant Protection
Seizing Ill-Gotten Gains: Valid Drug-War Weapon Or 'Double Jeopardy'?
Black Jews Seek Promised Land
WORDS OF NOTE
Illegal Aliens and Schools

'Soda Wars' Fizz as Bottlers Vie for US, World Markets
As Reading Scores Plummet, States Get Hooked on Phonics
While US Slept, Iran Gained Toehold in Iraq
Conservation and Conservatism: Not at Odds
THE MONITOR'S GUIDE TO BESTSELLERS
A Citizen Speaks
Summit Reveals Myriad Ties That Bind US, Japan
Wrong Way to Remember
Hispanic Politicians Ride to Fore of Texas Races
Whole-Language 'Subversives' Use Covert Spelling Tests