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Monitor Archive for April 9, 1997
Military Muscle May Not End Bid for Power in Zaire
On-Line Poet Laureate
Would a Camp David II Help Arab-Israel Talks?
Jobs and Jobs Galore: Who Are the Workers?
Hunters Target Bears To Feed Asian Appetite
Panama's Balancing Act: Security vs. Land Rights
Put Your Own Poetry in Motion
After 50 Years, Stars Are Still Born At L.A.'s Legendary Coronet Theatre
Examples to Get You in Gear
Earth Summit 2
Why Schools In Suburbs Are Hiring Detectives to Find 'Student Stowaways'
Faltering Mideast Peace Threatens US Interests
Black Author Turns A Jaded Eye on Africa
Barring Critics, Inventive Theater Group Still Thrives
Wanted: Realism - and Wisdom - on Hong Kong
Day Care - As Indispensable As It Is Imperfect
The Thoreau of Yellowstone
News In Brief
Militia Leader Decries Racism, Violence
Crisis Over US Bases Prompts Rare Unity In Japanese Rivalry
The Effort of Travel, Pleasurably Recalled
The Pentagon's Priorities
Despite Drugs and Crime, the People Of Bogota Unite for Day of Civil Fun
A Move to End Rent Control Sparks Big Apple Battle Royal
Bomb Hoax at British Horse Race May Indicate New IRA Strategy
You Can Turn Expectantly to God
Militia Membership Remains Strong Despite Terrorist Acts
Despite Tradition of Trade, Iran Has Few Entrepreneurs
Exploring Ethiopia's Wondrous Places of Worship
How Peace Came to S. Africa: Telling the Incredible Story