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Monitor Archive for December 4, 1998
Today's Story Line:
Industry giants get arm twists...
The best of my Boston stories
TV with all the trimmings
Now It's Brazil's Turn
America's daring, darling painter
What to believe?
Scheme to bowl outdoors looks like a gutter ball
Quirky humor from two British Imports
Josh has all the right moves
Lessons from Monet to Pinochet
A flood of ideas to build Central America anew
The gifts that keep on being given
What's On TV:
Toward a Clean Slate
Rise of the mega-firm: Is bigger really better?
Gun database leaves many empty handed
College football's numbers crunch
Sibling rivalry gives sumo a new bounce
Governing by investigation?
Why campaign-finance probe may not harm Clinton
On stage: stories on a human scale
How to wield a wrench in zero gravity
Why US is quiet on Pinochet case
News In Brief
A veteran Broadway insider finally gets 'Star Billing'
Making it big in Britain, Chinese now top earners
Assure options for life before a 'right to die'
'Simple Plan' hatches Oscar-quality performances
do-righters do well where Asia crisis began
Working to make police watchdogs independent
The 'kwazy knot' - one man's 'Festivus' of Christmas fads