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Monitor Archive for December 18, 1997
In Stopping a Freeway, They Started a Revolution
S. Africans Head Toward Life Without Mandela
Asia Woes Push Japan to Bold Bailout
Not a Ride, But a Daily Expedition
Maryland Finds Innovative Way to Help Foster-Care Kids
Jammed US Runways Increase Close Calls
News In Brief
These Computers Were Made For Wearing
Enduring Help for Africa
The Monitor's Guide to Bestseller - Hardcover Fiction
Islamic Martyrdom Holds Iranians to Hard Line
Getting It Right
Deeper Than Skin
Down-to-the-Wire Gifts For Gadget Gurus
Reaganomics - Its Remarkable Results
Two Tracks on Iraq
A Few Sheepish Expressions
From Bach to Jazz, Guitarist Shows Flair
Uncovering Jupiter's Secrets
Handsome and Hairless, Now and Then
Healing Arab-Israeli Divide: Is Stark New Play the Thing?
Nigeria's Dictator, His Ally, And Their Access to US
Mr. Lee on the Job
In Gesture Toward Change, Schools Sign On to 'Signing'
Recipe for Revival In Jersey City Schools
One Last Truce for South Africa's Great Reconciler?
Stuck in the Muck With 'Bambi' of the Everglades
Last-Minute Gift Ideas For That Special Techie
Amid Swirl of Activity, Jazz Singer And Pianist Diana Krall's Star Rises