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Monitor Archive for May 8, 1996

Canadian Census Gives Credit for Unpaid Work
Land Mine Talks Push Nations to Go One Step Further
China Reminds US: You're Not The Only Trade Game Around
'Bulldozer' Chirac Skirts Around France's Job Loss
1997 Budget Battle Looks Tougher Than '96 Brawl
Iran Warrants a Look Inside
A Son's Gift of Solitude
Enough to Go Around
The American Savings Rate, Long Sneered At, May Rise
Parents Find Spiritual Gems With Little Children Leading
India at the Crossroads
News In Brief
Red-Ink River Runs Through Budgets Of World's Powers
A Start on War Crimes
Pol in Japan Stands For Common Man
The Big Battleground States
Australia's Mirage Of Green Pastures Evaporates
Yiddish Theater in Romania: Chutzpah Amid Challenges
Can Crackdown Halt Border Crossings?
A Refuge From Politics, as Well as a Refuge for the Imagination
In Portugal, Capitalists Rule by Another Name
Letters
The Prairie-Dog Divide: To Reduce or Protect?
The Doyenne of Acting Teachers
Rampage by Teen Rebels in Liberia Keeps Foreign Aid Workers Away
Democracy Writ Large