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Monitor Archive for November 16, 1998
Western states hope there's political strength in numbers
Wall Street threatens Fed with fit
Talk radio's price: a culture of complaint
Tales of journey from death row to freedom
Japan hopes coupons clip consumers' stingy ways
Jobs Of The Future
Finance sector looks better, but don't bank on it
Switzerland bandies words over 'linguistic McDonaldization'
Today's Story Line:
Islam and Christianity
The talk in Europe: English is la mode
Mother's priorities, and mine
News In Brief
The Monitor's New Look
Iraq retreats, but for how long?
US flexes powers of persuasion
Investors cautiously return to market
Different by design
What I learned in algebra, and by counting to 10
Court of last resort for altering fund-raising?
A Kosovo voice for peace falls flat
Bob Lutz is no klutz in the auto business
'Customized' news available via Monitor
Remaking a nation on the streets
Using drama to curb teen dating violence
Meteor shower will be a 'celestial light show'
Warning! Bears crossing ahead
Open mind requisite for reopened mutual fund
A Double Answer to Baghdad
Don't Forget Haiti
It's the man, not the issues: a vote for Ventura explained
Faith Ringgold's patchwork sojourn