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Monitor Archive for November 6, 1997
Salt Lake's Rough Ride On the Road to 2002
All Eyes on House as Clinton Intensifies Bid for 'Fast Track'
First-Time Operagoer Follows Advice, Lets Himself Be Lulled
Caps Off to Succulent French Mushrooms
Guatemala Peace Fails To Silence Army's Guns
Ascendant Durham Draws on Diversity
Bosnia's Future May Hinge On Chalk, Books, Tolerance
Shadowy Companions On an Autumn Night
Hyping Juvenile Crime - a Media Staple
Weaving Circles of Love From the Seasons' Gifts
Yes on Trade
How Much Debt Should Creditors Forgive?
When Arabs Raise a Roof, It May Be Knocked Down
Telling the World What to Do: Is US a Model or a Busybody?
Efforts to Dismantle Affirmative Action Will Roll On, Slowly
One Couple's Retirement Plans: Puttering, Selling, and Schooling
Triumph of Pugnacious Politics
Prosperity, Satisfaction Buoy the GOP
Mom Loved Toads, Not Easy Roads
Where to Go?
'Points of Entry' Puts Viewer In Shoes of the Immigrant
How German Writers Fare vs. Clancy, Crichton, and Grisham
A Generation Plans Earlier - And More Boldly
Justice for Rwanda's Genocide May Require a Plea Bargain With Killers
News In Brief
While Talks Drag On, Israel Builds