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Monitor Archive for August 15, 1996
Can a Culture Built on Credit Tear Up Its Cards?
How Dole's Life Shapes His Views of Government
The Long Walk in Search Of Shoe Satisfaction
States Scramble to Make Deregulation Work
Hootie & the Blowfish: Not Just a Band for Kids
Shoppers' Guide to GOP Patriotic Paraphernalia
Staying on Track on Those Tricky Trails
News In Brief
Brits Catch Welfare Cheats On a Disputed 'Snitch Line'
Practical Ways to Rid Your Garden of Zucchini
Serbs Seek Sovereignty via Vote
Sixth Rock From Jupiter May Be Hospitable to Life
Top Non-Issue in San Diego: US Policy on Rest of World
Americans and Their Cars
A Durable 'Bamboo Network'
Citizens Step In to Solve Strife Between Nations
From Squalor to Splendor, Arts District Rises in Big Easy
Moderates on the Move
One City Hopes to Keep its Navy Base Afloat By Privatizing It
Getting That Power Job By a Matter of Degrees
God's Power: The Only Power
Nuclear Test Ban Talks Fizzle but Pact On Chemical Weapons May Win Nod
Why US Backhoes Will Fill In a Canal To Unleash a River
Scientists Provide New Tools For Policing Nuclear Test Ban
Why a Merger Wave Zaps Electric Utilities
Polar Bear Cub Steals the Show In Family Adventure 'Alaska'
Work of 'Twister' Sculptor Takes Off