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Monitor Archive for March 5, 1998
Striking Out, and Safe at Home
One Last Time: Still More Wandering Birds
A Survey of Missteps by The Mossad
Tips for Starting a Play Group
Reform Down, Not Out
Jewish Businessman Works for Religious Harmony
A National Dialogue on Race Can Be More Than Mere Talk
That NAFTA Trash
A Culture Obsessed With Time
Is Microsoft Playing Fair?
Kyoto Pact Means Costlier Energy
Breakfast With a Balmy Breeze in Honolulu
Filipinos Toss a Hot Potato: Letting US GIs Back
Finding Your Way Around
Progress and Need
News In Brief
Books Can Save Lives
Dealing With The Dictator: What's Next?
Play Groups Aren't Just for the Children, New Parents Discover
Nobody's Paying Much Attention to NATO
An Island of 'Dancing' Lemurs and Hidden Tourists
Court Extends Sexual-Harassment Protections
The Internet and Free Speech, Act 2
The Jailed Spy Who's Still Out in the Cold
Israel's Worry on Its Spies: Are They up to Snuff?
EPA Floats New Program To Save America's Rivers
What's Meatless Chili Called? Delicious
Jailed by Mistake, Peru's Innocents Stuck With Terrorist Label
Refugees' Reports Suggest High Toll in N. Korea Famine
How We Played On the Fields Of Our Dreams
New Life for Ancient Pyramids