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Monitor Archive for March 13, 1998

The Monitor Movie Guide
The Limits of US Power in the Mideast Have Become All Too Obvious
One for the Law Books: In Africa, A UN Court Prosecutes Genocide
Disgruntled Chinese Workers Miss the 'Iron Rice Bowl'
Japan's Financial Scandal Reaches to New Heights
Preserving Land With Tech Wealth
Desperately Seeking Funding in Hollywood
Fairy Dust Rubs Off On 'Peter Pan' Audiences
Family Time On Broadway
After Some Success, a New Effort to Broaden Women's Rights
How Our Pole Skied
Aid Groups Face Roadblocks In Bid to Ease Kosovo Strife
Nothing Too Hard
'Men With Guns' Hits the Target
National Ads Blitz Local Races
It's What You Do With What You Know
German Women Create Their Jobs By Starting Their Own Businesses
Boston Pops Conductor Trades Tux for Kilt
UN's Drug Chief Wins US Praise for Reforms
Indonesia's Way Out
News In Brief
Courts vs. Native Alaskans: the 'Last Indian War'
From Frilly White Shirts To Smooth Celtic Strains
China Foils The Spread Of Nukes ... Probably
Patrick Stewart Takes On Ahab And Great White Whale in 'Moby Dick'
Close Encounters Of the Asteroid Kind
ESPN Invites Itself to SI's Table
Candidate Camera
Sports 101
What the Bickford Boys Taught the US Navy
Making the Case for Spanish at School
No More Spring Breakage
What's On
Made-for-TV Movies Turn Over A New Leaf
Merging Architecture, Industry, and Nature