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Monitor Archive for October 2, 2000

Selma steps away from its troubled past
CDs show promise as stocks stagger
Selected poems from the Koetsu handscroll
The road to Burma may run through China
The biggest job growth region of the US: everywhere
Fine print on a new student-loan offer
Domestic lawsuits help pressure foreign regimes
Serb opposition's risky gambit
What Hollywood can do
Keeping Track: What speeding costs you
A number that should be held close to the vest
News In Brief
Words of note
News In Brief
Cases test US role as nature cop
Candidate keeps ideas small to win over So Paulo voters
Market Monitor
Gridlocked, Congress turns to bully pulpit
Battle rages again over a holy city
The Dynamic Dozen
When 'work/life' perks replace pay hikes
Marriage 101: a hard look
Eureka! It's the perfect car
News In Brief
Trudeau remembered for redefining Canada
My link to America, my best friend
Down Under gets thumbs up
How Leonardo translates for the active manager of today
Army enlists Hollywood to help harden its soldiers
Once again, abortion at center of foreign aid debate
New ways to block those telemarketers!
Finding peace for Jerusalem
Rolex recognizes five super achievers
Tread safely
News In Brief
500 years ago, a Japanese master revolutionizes the past
Olympics 2000 notebook
Carmakers take the high road
Leonardo da Vinci, please call the office
Today's Story Line