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Monitor Archive for August 18, 1997

His Swing Just Wasn't Her Thing
Won Over by the Montreal Expos
A Lawless Frontier; the Night Train to Astrakhan
When Johnny Marches Up to the Plate
To Find Happiness
Why Pilots Don't Like Sharing Skies With Feathered Friends
Threat to Bearskin 'Busby' Gives Soldiers Something to Roar About
Montserrat Reels After Eruptions
The new tax bill holds genuine relief for many homeowners. They are no longer trapped into ever bigger mortgages.
After the Stock Plunge: No Bubble Economy
Taking a Byte Out of Crime
A Family for Every Child
Middle School Brings New Set of Challenges
Tax Cuts Won't Fix the 1980 Toyota
That Mandela Touch Does Little for East Timor
Tips From the Front Lines of Modern Fatherhood
News In Brief
The Summer Mr. Softee Tried to Give Us the Freeze
Berlin's Buried WW II Bombs Keep Denotation Squad Busy
Tax Reform, Anyone?
Into the Steppe of Genghis Khan Ride The Conquerors of a Sea's Oil Bounty
Bjorn Borg Finally Lets The Good Times Roll
Letters
How Tunisia Slid off Its Progressive Course
Expectant Fathers Find There's Lots to Talk About
Hands-On Help for Mothers
Czechs Feel New Pressure Over Their 'Mistreatment' of Gypsies
A Pair of Gloves To Warm Young Love
Court Affirms Rights Of Learning-Disabled
Building Boom Reshapes City Skylines