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Monitor Archive for August 15, 1997
Indelible Love Marked the Pages
Slogging Ahead in Bosnia
Our Deep-Thinking Doc Minded His 'P's' and 'K's'
Teen Drug Trends: Users Get Younger, Substances Harder
India, at 50, Tries to Fulfill Promises Still Unkept
Can't Call UPS? Perhaps It's Time for 'The Dog'
Kansas Pioneers a Solution to Child-Welfare Woes
The Internet and CNN Won't (Soon) Free China
India's Rise to Globalism
Caught in the Net
News In Brief
Canada's Reactors May Become a Harder Sell Abroad
Even if Unseen
Freeze Frames: The Monitor Movie Guide
Where Freedom Is Found
Strike Tests Labor in New Economy
Canada Pays Price for Taking Nuclear Safety for Granted
Conversations With Outstanding Americans: Jane Lubchenco
Guess Who's at the Heart of the Silent Majority
Skateboard's Soaring Superstars
Fifty Years - Too Many? - for the CIA
In Midwest, The Yards Go Native
Pith and Punch From My Pint-Sized Guy
Stallone's New Turf: Low-Key Cop Land'
Clinton Acts to Protect Worship in the Cubicle