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Monitor Archive for August 29, 1997

Plan for a New Appeals Court Catches Opponents Off Guard
Japan's Troubled News Media
Cherry-Drink Lakes; Shrimp From Decades Past
'She's So Lovely' Is a Family Creation
Facts to Add to Your Vast Fund of General Information
NAFTA II: Bill vs. Dick
Washington Eager to Enter Era of Cash-Flush Budgets
Putting a Face on Mexico City's 'Invisible' Poor
When German Politics Churn, Europe Wobbles
Museum Asks: Does It Take A Thief to Catch a Degas?
Lower Castes Still Stuck On India's Bottom Rung
Rise in Police Deaths Defies Crime-Rate Decline
N.Y.C. Starts Healing Process After Brutality Case
California as a 21st-Century Economy
Freeze Frames: The Monitor Movie Guide
News In Brief
Animal Activists Get Violent
READERS WRITE
Serb Violence Risks Peace in Bosnia
Remembrances of the Mysterious, Maligned Soviet Censor
The Economy Jumps; Fed Asks 'How High?'
Mexico's Power Crisis
Rich in Resources, Turkmenistan Fights To Shed Stagnation of Its Soviet Legacy
My Modest Contribution To 400 Years of Maine Boats
They Really Do Exist
A New Teacher, Before the Beginning