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Monitor Archive for May 1, 1998
What's On TV
Americans' Costly Quest For Youth
Stomping to the Summer Box Office
Albright Tries Slow Way To Democracy in China
The Monitor Movie Guide
A Waking Dream of Flight
The South Rises Again - to a GOP Call
The Best, and Worst, Job in Texas
Are Sweeps Months Worth the Fuss?
Spy or Wary Eye? Nannies on Camera
Artful Acts That Changed The Definition of Art
Gold from the Melting Pot
A Safety Net to Cover the Big Umbrella
Low TV Ratings? Play Musical Celebrities
Hey Mom, Let's See Art!
How One Family Undertook Their Nielsen Ratings Duty
Europe's New Rival to Mighty $
When Did God Overspend?
Japan Asks: Who Will Fall On Sword for the Economy?
Realism Returns to Mainstream Art World
Word From Kosovo: This Isn't Bosnia, 'It's More Dangerous'
California Doctor Fires Shot Across Bow of HMO Industry
Dual Concerns in Iraq
Monet's Giverny Arrives Just in Time For Gardening Season
The Slippery Slope Of Pizza Money
It's a Sad Day if America Conspires Against Americans
Women At Pinnacle Of Power
News In Brief
Unreliable History And Ed Grant's Trout
How the Euro's Challenge to US Dollar Will Affect Americans
Economy Churns As Consumers Spend
Tangled Web of an Oil Pipeline
'Merry Wives of Windsor' Romps In 1950s