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Monitor Archive for January 5, 2001

'We have far to go'
Movies 2000: Best is yet to come?
Peru's growing social activism
New in label-conscious Japan: bargain hunting
Critics' prizes can serve as a counterpoint to Oscars
Football's last race barrier crumbles
Mesh metal walls and 'Alumi-Nuts'
London power station plugs in to hip art
IN MIDEAST, SMALL IS HOPEFUL
'Jazz' CD set offers musical chestnuts, plays it too safe
'Last of the Thorntons' stirs the heart
The envelope, please
Exhibit 'aluminates' exotic uses of a ubiquitous 20th-century material
TO OUR READERS
A long wait to point of no return
Two exciting new CDs will delight jazz fans
Democracy for the 21st century
News In Brief
Privatize Social Security before cutting taxes
News In Brief
Top 10 Grossing, 2000
Clearsighted ethics
News In Brief
'Jazz' completes a TV trilogy on American life
A brief, personal historyof the 20th century
Clinton's celebrity a double-edged sword
Movie Guide
'No excuses' needed: Oklahoma back at top
Horton Foote enjoys a triumphant 'second act'
Disarm workplace violence
Case may put Prozac on trial
Today's Story Line:
In Democratic Party, stirrings on the left
The temptations of Martha Stewart
SHOWS WORTH NOTING FOR JAN. 6 - 12
Fed to the rescue - but in time?
A summer memory sneaks up on me
News In Brief
Thailand readies for cleanest-ever election tomorrow
Reality and cops ring in new year