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Monitor Archive for April 15, 1998
Paying Parents $65 a Month to Keep Kids in School
World's Largest Religious Festival Bathes in Hope
Good News About Foreign News
When Cowgirls Get Down Off Their Horses and Write
Renewing Grandma's Legacy of Love
Plant Triage: Which Imperiled Species Should Be Saved?
Look Who's Teaching Well
Young, Rich, And Seldom Off His Feet
News In Brief
Scientists Ease Fears About California's 'Monster Quake'
Finishing Business of '78: Will Israel Exit Lebanon?
Life's Hard Knocks Serve to Teach Values
Using TV and Rabbits to Go Beyond Classrooms
As Banks Get Bigger, Fees Rise
How Far Should Laws Go to Save a Species?
Should Iran Help Fund War in Muslim Kosovo?
Beyond Hope and Faith
Ancient Art of Mehndi Attracts the Trend-Setting Crowd
Can Peace Be Copied?
Shoemaking Goes Out of Style in a Maine Town
Cheating on Taxes: Common Among Rich and Poor
When Rote Learning Fails Against the Test of Global Economy
Inside a Rebellion:Banking On War
Amo, Amas, a Mom
A Responsibility to the Children
The Monitor's Guide to Bestsellers
Emotional Ebb and Flow Of a Young Boy