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Monitor Archive for December 7, 2001
Americans see religion as gaining clout in public life
High hopes for a flock of holiday flicks
Canadians dismayed as US beefs up border security
Pearl Harbor: more than a memory
Bowl uproar makes for a fantastic football finale
TV film explores the power of myth
Israel's unity rule quashes debate about tough tactics
No patience left for Arafat
OH YEAH, SOCIAL SECURITY
Taliban agree to surrender their last bastion
A teacher-student bond that may have foiled murder
Pearl Harbor and Sept. 11
A harvest of holiday shows worth watching
Smiling through adversity and dancing through trials
How this man's script leapt to TV - sort of
TV's Changing Landscape
Business & Finance
Reporters on the job
US weighs options beyond Afghanistan
Why 'smart' bombs don't end friendly fire
'Here's $1 million - make a movie'
DVD: from gadget to appliance
France debates right not to be born
What's on TV: shows worth noting for Dec. 8 - 14
NO LONGER 'UNDEFENDED'
Euro knocks on Europe's door
WHAT'S ON THOSE CDS?
Changing the world, gingerly
A careless promise, a priceless gift
Stimulus package: still relevant?
The man who couldn't get hot chocolate in Bremen