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Monitor Archive for September 22, 1997
'Peacemaker' Movie an Uncomfortably Real Vision of Future
A Dad, Right Down to the Jingle
How Are You at Homonyms?
Bricks and Stones Breathe History in North German City
How to Cope if Bull Market Ends in 'Ice' Rather Than 'Fire'
Chinese Leader Shows Skill Pulling Strings Behind Scenes
Fund-Raising Inquiry Trains an Eye on Clinton
In September Usually
Parents Encouraged to Voice Views on New Kids' Shows
National Aims, Local Schools
More Ranchers Are Declaring A Cease-Fire on the Coyote
In Oregon, a Rich Mix of Plays That Entertain and Challenge
News In Brief
Investing Hurdles: Women Must Jump Higher
An American's Move in Jerusalem Strains Relations Between Jews
That Other Screen
Good Works Get a Boost In Japan
University of California May Drop SAT
Kremlin Backs a New Bill to Curb Church Activities in Russia
In Any Language, Here Comes Trouble
Red Sox Fan Is The Cal Ripken Of the Stands
Getting Past Guilt
Newsman Sees Growing Interest In Religion
Manhattan Masterpiece Gets Luminous New Look
Views on Teen Smoking From Denver Schoolyard
General Manager Dan Duquette - Longtime Fan Who Calls the Shots
Extremism Falters Despite Cairo Attack
An Ambitious New Show Just on Religion and Ethics
Customs Agents: Bosses Sabotage Success
Post-Oslo: Can We Face the Land-Mine Victims?
A Showcase Where the Disabled Shine