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Monitor Archive for September 25, 1997
In the Name of Peace: For One Night, Music Unites Bosnia
'Redwall' Animal Stories Yield Mixed Results on Tape
Are You Into Comparing?
Lemon Recipes With Appeal
Dual Purpose Hearings
News In Brief
New Booktapes Capture Listeners With History and Inspiration
Stock Fraud Stampede Tramples the Unwary
Lingering Communist Legacy Lies Behind Spy Charges
Craving Risk on the Way to Timbuktu
Campaign Finance Reform Walks a Slow Road
Asked 'Are You Better Off Today?' Many in Poland Reply, 'Yes, but ...'
Helms-Burton Law Hits Cuba's Wallet, but Misses Its Target
A Man Raised By One Parent Advocates for Two
Kinder, Gentler Debt Collectors
Time for the Press to Do Some Soul-Searching
To Keep Homes Warm, Oil May Be Best Buy
Why N.E. Forests Don't Pass Acid Test
Animal Friends In Children's Literature
Way-Too-Close Encounters of the Furred Kind
Minneapolis As the New Black Mecca
US Hopes Sway in Asia Matches Might
Talking with Wolves, Then Writing About Them
Fast Track Would Bolster US Credibility as Global Leader
Congress Moves to Punish Religious Persecution Worldwide
Two States Blow Smoke Over How to Spend Tobacco Booty
Saudi Flogging Sentence Shows Clash of Cultures
The Sounds of Hundred Acre Wood
Who Says Learning Can't Be Fun?
This Spymaster Never Came in From the Cold
America's Embargo of Cuba: What Result After 35 Years?
Audiobooks Bring New Voices To the Classroom