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Monitor Archive for March 11, 1998
The Real Pinball Wizard
High Noon for High Tech
Moscow Food Museum Caters To Soviet Union's Culinary Past
Static Over Rock-Star Takeover
All Work, No Play At School
Breaking the Long Silence: Ted Hughes on Sylvia Plath
Town Fights for Survival in Florida's 'Tomato Belt'
You Can Go Home, If You're Sorry and Overcome the Hurt
Annan Goes to Washington
Out With ConfuciusIn Korea's Big Firms
Getting People Ready to Work - In 20 Days
From Welfare Rolls to Machine Shop
Former NATO Spy Wants in From the Cold
African Logistics Almost Silenced Wedding Bells
Rebels Used Young Boys to Terrorize Sierra Leone
Act Now in Kosovo, or Regret It Later
First Africa-Wide Effort to Restore A Democracy: So Far, So Good
'Hope' Has Hard Sell in the Magazine Market
Walls Falling to Bigger NATO
Snags in Plan to Lower Age Limit for Medicare
Strawberries in Winter
Why 'Sesame Street' Is Not 'Hey, Stupid!'
Reward Serbs With the Town of Brcko? Don't Do It
At Playgrounds, Heavy Metal Is Out, Gardening Is In
Reflection and Healing
Indonesia's New No. 2: Not Up to IMF Muster?
Time to Get Real About Iraq
News In Brief
My Long-Lost Love Rebounds
Awaiting Next Move of Serbs, Kosovars Must Now Plan Own
Is the Starr Inquiry Distracting Clinton?