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Monitor Archive for September 14, 2001
TV's new fall colors
What's on TV: Shows worth noting for Sept. 15-21
Reporters on the Job
US possesses a large 'hammer,' but how to wield it?
Europe shares sympathy and solidarity with US
The week when we put down our toys
How New Yorkers responded to terrorist attacks
Protecting the Skies
Intelligence quandary: spies or satellites?
A pup wins a place on the ranch
Q&A: The attack's economic impact
Zucchini apples and alewife sardines
Cuba's impact on dancing feet
Origins of bin Laden network
Tales of prayer, patriotism, and persistence
Business & Finance
Book shows that age is no impediment for artists
In Toronto, few ants at a world-class picnic
Perseverance amid 450,000 tons of debris
When hearts unite
When should the games go on?
Reality shows run their own 'amazing race' to win viewers
A new era, testing Bush
New World (War) Order
Transcript of President Bush's remarks to the nation
Video games go mainstream
Retaliation is trickier than Afghan terrain
Patience pays off for 'Producers' Cady Huffman
Bush's two tasks: lead, heal nation
Monitor Talk: Readers react
Creating security in an uncivil world
The first casualty of 'war' is always the truth
A New World Order?
Dancers preserve a nearly extinct culture