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Monitor Articles for October 2, 2008
Why Canada's Green Party is (finally) a prime-time draw
Asia acts to contain China's tainted milk
Flirting with Palin earns Pakistani president a fatwa
Smooth start to E.U. patrols in Georgia
Key question lingers: Who started the war in Georgia?
In Israel, a Good Samaritan to Russian immigrants
Pirates, warships continue tense standoff near Somali coast
Reporters on the Job
McCain's 2007 Pakistan trip: bold move or needless risk?
Obama trumps McCain in people power, but to what gain?
Bloomberg: a mayor of few options
With polls down, Palin must get in touch with her "inner barracuda"
Biden's supreme challenge: no gaffes
Sarah Palin: Barracuda or Bambi?
Despite gaffe, Supreme Court won't revisit landmark child-rape ruling
Letters to the Editor
Cry again for beloved South Africa?
Gain campus harmony, game-free
The Monitor's View
States lead on scrubbing carbon
After cheering U.S. Senate vote, Europe debates own bailout
Why Asia isn't buying the Senate bailout
House braces for second try at financial bailout plan
Financial bailout bill: Still a blank check?
Rhode Island’s tropical visitors
Why Canada’s Green Party is (finally) a prime-time draw
Heat up that iron: a guide to ecofriendly clothing care
Intelligent soccer ball
High-jump champion bug
Can we save forests by listening to trees?
One month later, has Chrome’s polish lasted?
Who's fretting the most over Nintendo's DSi?
The Heretic's Daughter
The book world scrambles to capitalize on Palin's buzz
Are US writers unworthy of the Nobel Prize?
One hockey mom’s rinkside regimen – and views of Sarah Palin
United for global good
Seeds provide food and entertainment
A Picturesque garden in the Azores
Garden 'siteseeing' - return visits