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Monitor Archive for May 31, 2005
European integration at crossroad
When 'Non' Means So Much More
Did the author of '1984' foretell the Burma of 2005?
A lightning rod takes on California schools
Business & Finance
When good kids get bad advice on college
Q. Whose Bible is it? A. Whose isn't it?
Bloomberg's pricey bid to win a second term
The dangers of being Uzbekistan's best friend
Teaching students to be 'competent jurors' on evolution
A two-for-one healing
Nuclear Holes to Be Filled
Latest fad in housing: Buy, then rent
In crowded schools, lunch feels the pinch
Q&A: Lebanon's parliamentary elections
Any dog can have a champion day
The boss who built MGM's dream factory
'Cedar' revolutionaries want more reform for Lebanon
Forget crosswords. Britons now like their puzzles with numbers.
Today's yearbooks raise eyebrows
US and Iraqis join to stem abuse
No free pass for the icons we know and love
Salute to US troops from those at home
Democracy gains in Ethiopia, a key US ally in terror war
Reporters on the Job
A soundscape of people oppressed - and moving up
A teacher's son just says 'no' to SAT prep classes