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Monitor Archive for April 3, 1998
How Jones Ruling Will Impact Starr's Probe
Our County Agent Extends a Hand
The President's Privileges
Gen-Xers, Soccer Moms, and Other Strangers
Tax Resistance as Civil Disobedience
President's Business - All of It - Is Our Business
Vietnam's Communists Eye New Vices as Market Worries Rise
The Jones Decision
A Different Movie, But Same Michael Moore
Israel on Lebanon: Real Deal or Fancy Footwork?
A Primer on The Starr Probe
Who's Your Favorite Artist? Readers Respond
Indonesia's 'Well-Managed' Food Disaster
The Utes: a Class Act on Any Stage
Jones's Difficult Task: Winning an Appeal
A Squirrel, a Shimmer, and Debussy
What's on TV
News In Brief
The Monitor Movie Guide
Print and TV Move Under a Single Roof
Film at 10: Whose News Judgment?
Children's Needs Take Center Stage At Humana Theater Festival
Who Are You Wearing?
Some Clouds Clear for Clinton
E-Mail From Europe: 'We Will Match US on Net'
Artistic Taste And the NEA
The Night the Titanic Sank
Big Disconnect Between America, Europe on Net Issues
A Lesson in Fun, Far Away
'Newton Boys' Are Early-Century Slackers
Caught Off Guard In the Sunny Suburbs
The State of Modern Art: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Tribal Nations Fight Challenges to Their Sovereignty
Congress Struggles to Rewrite Budget Rules in Era of Surplus
Pols Under the Influence
Opening a Savings Account: It's No Longer Child's Play
Survivors of Holocaust Seeking Financial Closure