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Monitor Archive for January 29, 1998

Letters
A Challenge to the Printer's Art
Starr Wants to See Cards Before Cutting a Deal With Lewinsky
Photos From Coast to Coast Capture Lives on the Way Up
A Parent Learns To Stop, and Sift the Gravel
Washington Interns: Lots of Gofer Work, Little Glamour
Iran's Rising Star
No Welcome for Welfare Wanderers
Two Presidents' Powerful Humanity
The Pope Came, Saw, and Had an Impact
More Favorite Family Recipes
His Support Surging, President Opts for Silence
First Lady Stands by Her 'Partner'
Revise the Counsel Law
Seeking Communal Roots in Multiethnic India
California Dreaming Returns
'A Little Square Now Is Good'
Utah Takes Lead in Movement To Abolish All Property Taxes
Yes, Great Players Can Make Good Coaches
Russia's 'Barometer of Planet' Feels the Heat
Are Media Standards Drooping?
Why Women Still Support Clinton
Whitewater Prosecutor Losing Perception War
Britain Links Its Support of US Against Iraq to Help on Belfast
Be Super Resourceful
Listen Up
Learning Your A, B, Seeds
US Sanctions Fail to Bring Democracy to Burma
Celebrating - Cautiously - a Year of Peace in Guatemala
Hanoi's Toughest War: Managing the Market
State of the Union Proposals: Will They Fly?
Ambitious History Of Atlantic Slave Trade Bogs Down in Detail
Congress Gets an 'A' For Voter Participation
Toni Morrison's Feminist Portrayal Of Racism
With Mr. Wiggly, Life Was All Fun and Games
Clinton Boosts Global Ban on Biological Weapons
Bomb Signals New Strategy
Hands Off the Cookie Jar
Italy to Britain: 'Pizza Image Doesn't Cut It'
'Romantic' Views Behind The Face That is Chiseled on Mt. Rushmore
Mightiest In Japan Humbled
News In Brief
Presidential Crisis Tempers Student Idealism
Clinton Tries Long March Back
Cash From Opium Helps Prop Up Generals
East Coast Chefs No Longer Hooked on Serving Swordfish
Strange New Land of 'Surplus'
How Vietnamese See US Now
Passing the Rye Public Library at 6 a.m.