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Monitor Archive for November 2, 2001
Ortega sheds rebel past, dons pastels
Border becomes a barrier for 'sister cities'
Unity fades as Congress feuds over fixing economy
What's on TV
Shoring up Cyberspace
Berlin disco terror trial nears end
A lesson in the nature of nurture
A mystery bag, a blizzard, and a tradition is born
Could Afghans unite?
Boston's baton passes to versatile Levine
One year on, Turkish protesters continue hunger strike
Ordinary jobs, transformed by terror
Business & Finance
Disney scares up a 'Monster' hit
Prayer-based economic stimulus
Making home feel like home again
Shaq casts a big shadow over NBA
Sing-along ABBA songs save a plot-weak 'Mamma Mia!'
Bringing Iran On Board
Coen Brothers revisit shadowy tale in 'Man'
Folk singer pokes fun at herself and the world
Is America losing the war on terrorism?
Our resilient nation
In Pakistan, war coverage is a booming business
'Uprising' details bravery of Polish Jews
So far, Americans stay coolheaded
This 'diamond man' sparkles with age
Monitor Breakfast: Caspar W. Weinberger
This house project is a parable for our times
Ready to be carded?
Visually stylish 'Amélie' is lit up by sprightly performances
Reporters on the Job