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Monitor Archive for September 25, 1998
A Worldwide Rhapsody In Gershwin
NATO's Drums Beat Louder Over Kosovo
Art Reconsiders Early Americans
This Fall: Electing Clinton Jury
Power Struggle Of Old and New Tightens Malaysia
Fall Films Bring Laughter Amid the Gloom
The Monitor Movie Guide
The Potomac, Currents in The Capital
An Unrivaled Look at the Cold War
What You Used to Get For Your Three Cents
Wyoming - the Land That the Roaring '90s Forgot
Are You Stagnating?
New Era for D.C.
News In Brief
Hurricane Georges Tests Florida's Preparations for Weathering Storms
Peace Corps Edges Into Arab World
House: Time Right For New Tax Cut?
Stuck in a Mao Jacket, Abhorring His Ideals
US, Mexico, and Drugs
What's On TV
The Offspring Of Summer Take Flight
Making the Leap Into Ballet
C'mon People, Try Harder!
Young Dancer Melds Ballet, Martial Arts, Gold Medals
Long-Delayed Poll Results May Pave Way for a Stable Bosnia
A Life Unvideotaped Is Worth Living
In Scandal's Mudfest, Media Spatter Themselves
How Closely Do We Look at Our Heroes?
An Unromantic Look at Boston
The Science Behind the Amazing Grace
America Loves Its Arts
Trendy Berlin District Holds Key to German Elections