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Monitor Archive for November 25, 1998
When a tree falls
Who shapes art: in 1908: monet; in 1998, disney
As first Truly global century draws to a close, Common experiences link much of mankind
Gains by womem are hallmark of eventful era
1908 - a restless U.S. moves toward greater things
Time line 1908-1998
An age of revolutionary concepts, made practical
Sports World: Money, Fame, New Records
New Thirst for Spirituality Being Felt Worldwide
What the Monitor Strives to Do For Readers
Where history is a victor's tale
Plymouth 'rock' or 'putty'?
National Book Award charmed by bleak tale
Adopted in Arkansas
Not home for the holidays
Looking back 90 years on the 'good old days'
After your third turkey sandwich, then what?
Anniversary issue marks 9 decades
Dwelling on dinner, not on appearances
'Start of a new day'
An enduring vision
After the floods, a tide of help
Today's Story Line:
Zimbabwe land grab rattles region
US barges in with a Clinton smile
From Bloomington with love ... to a Nicaraguan sister city
News In Brief
Reforming US diplomacy
Russia's 'Generation Nyet' finds nothing to be for
Nike Code of Conduct: 'Just do it' - or you're fired?
Gratitude and giving in the 1990s
Testing put to the test
Still undecided on the 'I' word
Quest for workers drives company relocations
In a sport of story lines, Vikings are a bestseller
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