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Monitor Articles for July 2, 2008

Chinese pumpkin farmer cultivates political reform
Trouble brews in two Asian democracies
Christianity in a Chinese workplace? For some.
Abkhazia's tourism fights to regain fabled legacy
At $9 per gallon, British driving habits change
If the first lady is a pop star, French media melt like Boursin
How much of a threat is Al Qaeda in North Africa?
Reporters on the Job
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Obama, McCain campaigns go global
Obama would overhaul Bush's faith-based initiatives
Obama would overhaul Bush's faith-based initiatives
Will the U.S. open an office in Iran?
Could North Korea still make nukes?
Prison baseball team gives inmates a focus beyond their cells
After this flood, FEMA earns praise
Businessman creates hope for struggling U.S. farmers
Vacant homes spread blight in suburb and city alike
Letters to the Editor
Opinion Reality check on Middle East talks
Opinion The alternative to an Israeli attack on Iran
The Monitor's View High hopes abroad for a new U.S. president
Big trouble for Big Three automakers
UN reports 'green energy gold rush'
Water conservation effort earns Sacramento couple a $746 fine
Conservative critics blast Wall•E
Citing global warming, Georgia judge blocks coal plant
Game-changer in the Everglades
Study abroad through Second Life
Hurricane drones
Shake-and-bake word collage
In Olympian swimsuits, threads of history
The Internet’s perfect swarm
'Rome 1960': birth of a new era
Pascal's Wager: The Man Who Played Dice with God
Kids say the darnedest things
'Dukes of Hazzard' devotees gather to celebrate the hit 1980s TV show
My favorite cookbook
Barefoot suppers
The promise of blackberries
Store-bought blackberries just aren't the same
Going the extra mile
Pockets for all your tools
Store-bought berries just aren’t the same
Gardening in the news