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Monitor Archive for October 17, 2002
An ID for Every Bullet
Al Qaeda: shift to smaller, 'softer' targets?
Ukraine may have sold air-defense radar to Iraq
Scarlet-letter dilemma in a suburban enclave
Americans back Iraq war warily
School Choice on Bilingual Ed
An artist's struggle against Mao
Afghans ask: 'Whose army is it?'
A new take on an overlooked artist
400 square feet of poetic punch
Sniper revives prospects for gun-tracking moves
Exploring the power of Abraham's legacy
Bilingual ed: choice or coercion?
In Britain, it's still hip to be Labour
Wal-Mart lesson: Smiling service won't win Germans
The courage to take a stand
Business & Finance
Reporters on the Job
Separated by space, but not distant in spirit
In Philadelphia, a strange return of the 1970s
Ben's updated adages
Time keeps on slipping
Measuring a storm's intensity
What you won't find out from Russia's census
When the Civil War came to New York
Who needs speed limits?