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Monitor Archive for June 5, 1997
Monitor Quiz: Match Wits With M.I.T.
You've Heard of Tex-Mex, But Mex-Italian? Si!, Si!
Closed-End Funds, Open-Ended Returns
Is Nigeria a Coup Cop or Bully in Sierra Leone?
Behind the West's Political Tilt to Left
Cartoonish and Goofy, Yet Disciplined
Clintons as First Parents: Waltons of White House
Medellin's Legacy of Drugs and Know-How
Weld - Si
News In Brief
How One Man's Short, Vague Speech Shaped the World
Odds and Ends ...
'Strong' Thurmond Defines Political Longevity in America
The Monitor's Guide to Bestsellers: Hardcover Nonfiction
Like Welfare, Foreign Aid Shouldn't Go on Endlessly
Children of the 1980s Ruled the Road With Their Big Wheels
Marshall's Vision for 1997
Medieval City Holds Key to 'Russian Idea'
Colombia Youths Break Stereotype Of Drug Violence
Still Lifes As Different As Apples And Oranges
Fifty Years Later, Marshall's Legacy Lives
A Reluctant Would-Be General In My School's Army of Moms
Montana Newcomers Create Culture Clash
US Probe Into Nazi Ties Still Hurts in Switzerland
Epic Story of 'Babylon 5' Takes On the 'Big Questions'
Never Cast off From God
Housing and Compassion
There's No Simple Recipe For Writing a Good Cookbook
How Some Colleges Score Parity for Women's Athletics
Awash in Art