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Monitor Archive for April 5, 1996



France Aims to Beat The Net By Curbing It
News In Brief
To Take Senate, Democrats Try Tapping 'Businesscrats'


No Longer Clueless About Jane Austen's Clout
ETHICS OF JOURNALISM AND UNABOMBER CASE
Hour of Woe, Hour of Promise
'Two Much' Serves Up Plenty Of Slapstick and Smooth Talent But Could Use Punchier Jokes
OUT ON VIDEO
Time to Ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty
Activists Wage War on Local Billboards
On Ruling Out Race
Plane Crash: Blow To US Business, Bosnia Rebuilding
Demolishing More Than Just Palestinian Homes
A Lesson in Custards For Schoolboys and Sailors
The Opulence of Faberge Eggs

WORTH NOTING ON TV
When A New Family Settles in at Your Doorstep
EDITORIAL LETTERS
Boris Yeltsin's 'Peace'-for-Votes Chechnya Strategy
Battle for Huge Nickel Find In Canada Ends in Takeover
Should Workers Earn A Larger Profit Share?
Brown Leaves Commerce With Pro-Export Legacy
Mysterious Masked Marauders Marring the Lawn at Midnight
Marathon Winner's Secret: High-Altitude Runs in Kenya
If Market Is a Mall, Where Will You Get a Good Eel Meal?
THE FRIDAY CROSSWORD
Lifestyles of the Rich and Eccentric: Faberge Customers
American Pro Soccer Gets Another Shot at Success
Plan to Use Plutonium to Fuel Canadian Nuke Plant Stirs Alarm
Community and Peace
Judges Fret Over 'Attack' On Independent Bench
Waiting Game in Montana
FBI's New Tools: DNA and Public
For Housing Affordability, Midwest Leads Nation While West Trails
FREEZE FRAMES