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Monitor Archive for November 30, 2004

Letters
What Shouldn't Be in a Name
Able to leap over literary barriers in a single book
Push for rule of law in West Bank
Will nuclear bargain with Iran work?
Is Syria serious about peace with Israel?
A test of how far Title IX protections reach
A Massachusetts Republican aims for 'universal healthcare'
Business & Finance
A city's schools test a new way
A father offers communion in a letter to his son
A better fix than privatizing Social Security
Inspiration to persist
USA
Supersizing the UN
A teacher's painted face offers lessons
Bush political capital will be taxed
Sweet and delicious homes for the holidays
Shootings shake a community, and fear becomes an accomplice
A poet carves a sculptor in words
Prospect of split rises in Ukraine
Etc...
Reporters on the Job
Britain's poets gain new status on campus
China 'gray lists' its intellectuals
A drug kids take in search of better grades
'Set up a standard; publish, and conceal not'
'Flickr' is in an online photo class by itself
World
Chalk Talk