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Monitor Articles for March 7, 2008

Chávez support slips in Venezuela
On Thai border, a rare refuge for Burmese children
'Merchant of Death' arrested in Thailand
Etc.
In Spanish election, economy eclipses issues like gay marriage
Reporters on the Job
USA
World
Iran debate: Who owns the revolution?
Can women find unique ways out of war?
Comic 'news' a force in '08 campaign
Humor: Despite the impasse over surveillance legislation, the U.S. is listening to Al Qaeda. Really.
Why Congress, Bush disagree on waterboarding of terror suspects
Congress, Boeing riled by huge defense contract for foreign firm
Bombing in New York: latest recruitment protest?
Humor: One woman's plea for more organized playtime
Global warming not always to blame for extreme winters
Letters to the Editor
Opinion Why Kenya is critical to Africa's future
Opinion Should college athletes be paid?
The Monitor's View Lies and consequences
Will commodities boom last
Global warming not always to blame for extreme winters
Climate change’s most deadly threat: drought
Trend spotter: In the Web age, a personalized recipe book
Tales from America's past
The long (very long) view of history
Robert Wilson's still lives in motion (barely)
Monitor picks
New on DVD
New in theaters
It's an inside 'Job'
Amid the patter, 'Miss Pettigrew' tips toward complex drama
'Canterbury's Law' is a brainy – and welcome – addition to prime time
Trend spotter: In the Web age, a personalized recipe book
Of black boxes and sausage machines
Essay: Maine's never-ending winter
Prayer for Kosovo