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Monitor Archive for July 31, 1998
Wartime America: When We Were All on the Same Page
Pentagon Eases Rules On Adultery
The Real Heart of America's Dream Factory
News In Brief
Words and Deeds
'Parent Trap' Returns To Big Screen in Style
Consumers Nudge Timber Firms to Prove They're Worthy
Kosovo War Still Outpaces Bid for Peace Talks
At White House, Calm Amid the Whirlwind
Ideas on Income
Whats On Tv
Seeing the Forest To Save the Trees
Records That Stand The Test of Time
GOP Feuds Over What It Means to Be 'Green'
Paul Strand's Imprint on Photography
Legacy of the Original American Toxic Ghost Town
A Scandal, A Shooting - Side-by-Side
Week of High Drama, Few Facts
When Fire Engines Clanged and Whinnied
Young Ideas for Japan
On Dry, Divided Island of Cyprus, 'Just Add Water' Only Raises Heat
In Missiles' Shadow: Cyprus Progress
Can Cold Hard Cash Woo Better Teachers?
'Negotiator' Takes Top Actors Down to Potboiler Level
Mental Toughness Wins Out
Celtic Singer Triumphs With Fusion Of Folk and Global Rhythms
The Monitor Movie Guide
Is 'Saving Private Ryan' Too Violent?