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Monitor Archive for June 21, 1996
Germans Lose Consensus On Social Policy
Palestinian Self-Rule Looms As First Test for Netanyahu
A Major Dole Tax Cut Wouldn't Pay for Itself
Trial by Media
Two Electrifying Ideas That Never Lit Up the World
A Wealth That's On Time
Attribute Slow Growth to Fed's Policies
Passing Batton Will Be Easiest If Yeltsin Can Pass It to Himself
Public Tunes Out 'Circle of Scandal' In Nation's Capital
Tennis at Wimbledon: Show of Superlative Shotmaking
Chiapas Peasants Pump Up the Volume
Other Adaptations Of Hugo's Classic
America's Nickelodeon Plays Hardball to Grab German Cable Viewers
A Few Famous Flunkies Give Report Cards A Failing Grade
Who Won, Who Lost in Yeltsin's Shakeup
Is Hollywood Making Too Many Movies?
Sensor Technology Helps Athletes Pursue Peak Olympic Performance
Battle Brewing Over Where Pentagon Shops for Its Wares
Ethics Officers Roam Halls In More US Workplaces
Worth Noting on TV
Officials warn lake trout are disrupting the food chain across the West
Kremlin Purge Shifts Power Away From Hard-Liners to Gen. Lebed
OLYMPICS TENNIS ROSTER WILL HAVE MAJOR ABSENTEES
News In Brief
Disney Stands Tall With 'Hunchback'
France Is Working on Its Railroads - And Unions Blow Their Horns
How Prairie Pests Became Pampered Pets in Tokyo
What's Behind Latest White House Scandal?