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Monitor Archive for April 17, 1998
What's on TV
Willkommen, Toni Morrison
Island of Serenity in a Sea of 20th-Century Noise
Criticism Leads ATF to Soften 'Thug' Image
Irish Accord: Fruit of 'Parental' Changes
News In Brief
The Life and Times Of Farm Dogs
What to Do?
'Simpsons' Creator on Poking Fun
Rhinos and Tigers and Pork, Oh My!
Men Doing Their Share
Palestinians Feel Soaked by Settlers
Undefeated, Oklahoma City Pushes Forward
The Monitor Movie Guide
Russia Too Tired to Protest Yeltsin's Powerful Grip
Cambodians Take Stock Of Pol Pot
Early Music Stages a Revival
Videos Showcase Japanese Culture
Investment in China Taking Center Stage
A Father-Son Dialogue, With Ball
Water's Scarcity in the Mideast and World
'The Riddler': Not Your Father's Roller Coaster
Will a Clinton Visit Unsettle N. Ireland?
'Object' Mixes Fantasy, Romance
FBI Keeps Eye on Oklahoma City, Waco Anniversary
Japanese Star Boosts Visibility of Imports
Cutting-Edge Classical Composer Lives for the 'Now'
Water Lies At Heart Of Mideast Land Fight
The Nation's Gatekeeper
What Children See and Do: Studies of Violence on TV
Three Cheers for Fans' Booing Rights
Something to Shout About
A One-Time 'Showcase' of Reform Now Embarrasses Moscow
If a Mega Bank Fails, Who Pays?
'City of Angels' Explores Faith