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Monitor Archive for June 14, 1996
News In Brief
Yeltsin Tries to Win A Divided Russia With Red Scare
Falcons Make Comeback In America's Urban Jungle
Grandfather Makes A Steer Loom Larger
Worth Noting on TV
The New NATO Appeases Europe, Russia, And US
Then It's Agreed: Germans Can Stop Agreeing So Much
Dole Hedges Stand On Effort to Curb Affirmative Action
Decision Sharpens, but Doesn't Settle, Dispute Over Free Speech Versus Smut in Cyberspace
The Bane of Better Schooling: State Red Tape
Violence in Burundi Forces Red Cross Exit
Michael Jordan Gets Ready For a Financial Slam-Dunk
Dole Shifts to Center - Will His Party Follow?
How Father Kept Things Ticking
'Cable Guy' Plugs Into Questions About Jim Carrey Phenomenon
Summit Lists 'Greatest Hits' That Solve Urban Problems
Justices Nix Race-Based Voter Lines
Creatures, Pets, And Prayer
Patience Is a Virtue in the Freemen Standoff
What Medicare Reform Plan?
Colombia's Leader Cleared Of Drug-Cartel Links, but ...
'Whoa!' Says Senator, Let's Talk Fed Policy
Accomplished Track Star Pursues Place in Olympics
Bring In That Family Heirloom And Prepare to Be Surprised
British TV Had a Lock On 'Roadshow' Before Its US Debut
The Grand Vision of the Fulbright Program