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Monitor Archive for July 3, 1996
Little Has Changed: Gypsies Still Marginalized
Tell-All Books Create a Novel PR Problem for White House
News In Brief
Satellite TV Dishes Up Competition for Cable
Finally, a Feeling of Belonging
What the Summit Missed
'Viper' Arrests Mark Victory In Domestic Terrorism War
Almost Any Day Can Be a Holiday For Workers Around the World
More Colors, Microchips For Pyrotechnic Painters
For Thousands of Russians in US, Voting Keeps Ties to Russia Intact
Bungee Jumping: Do I Really Want To Be Here?
Cricket as It Should Be: The French Way
New Global Crackdown on Money-Laundering
Roaring Down Memory Lane On In-Line Skates
On Your Own?
S. Africa's Brutal Province Shaken Up in Election
A Long Journey From Mexico
Religion and Russia
Peronists Lose Big in First Buenos Aires Mayor Race
Proving That 'We Are Useful Citizens'
One Man's Fight Against Sweatshops
Top British MPs Call London Broadsheets Slim on Substance
Colombia Wants Own Canal, An Idea Panama Ridicules
Climbers to Scale Mini Mt. Rainier Under Glass
Uncle Sam Wants to Play, Wants A Say, but Doesn't Want to Pay
Caesar in Cybernetica
Stepping Through America's Golden Door
One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato Salads
Election in Russia Shows Old Schism Over Ties to West