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Monitor Archive for February 18, 1997

Letters
Why Spy Nominee Gets Cold Shoulder
To End Bad Air as Well as Utility Monopolies
Court Tests Limits Of Religious Liberty
Hands-on Science Museum in a Book
The Old South's Symbols
College Jocks: Part-Time Jobs Are OK, But Pay for Play?
One Man's Theory Is Cutting Crime in Urban Streets
Brazil's Landless Refuse To Be Voiceless As Well
Too Little Stability in Turkey
Reckless Snowmobilers Incur Minnesota's Censure
Italy Ponders World Without Any Italians
Kids Queue Up for 'LA's BEST'
Kay Graham's Story As Told by Herself
The Question for Wall Street: How Far, How Fast?
Green Money
For US and Iran, 17 Years Of No Dialogue Is Too Long
Summer Fun Is the Focus As Children Choose Camps
Once Again, Tech Stocks Are Hot, but Be Choosy
Forget the Mouse - Just Talk Instead
Playing 'Mom' to a Bouncing Baby Orang
Dow Closes Over 7000: How Far Can It Go?
The Dirt On 'Dry Clean Only' Labels
A Hotel Offers Early (Welfare) Check Out
News In Brief
Unique Passbook Offers Passage Out of Poverty
Intellect and Education
Next Target: Dow 8000