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Monitor Archive for December 4, 1998
Toward a Clean Slate
Now It's Brazil's Turn
Scheme to bowl outdoors looks like a gutter ball
College football's numbers crunch
A veteran Broadway insider finally gets 'Star Billing'
Sibling rivalry gives sumo a new bounce
On stage: stories on a human scale
TV with all the trimmings
'Simple Plan' hatches Oscar-quality performances
Quirky humor from two British Imports
Josh has all the right moves
What's On TV:
The gifts that keep on being given
America's daring, darling painter
The best of my Boston stories
What to believe?
A flood of ideas to build Central America anew
Today's Story Line:
Industry giants get arm twists...
do-righters do well where Asia crisis began
Making it big in Britain, Chinese now top earners
News In Brief
Governing by investigation?
The 'kwazy knot' - one man's 'Festivus' of Christmas fads
Assure options for life before a 'right to die'
Lessons from Monet to Pinochet
Rise of the mega-firm: Is bigger really better?
How to wield a wrench in zero gravity
Working to make police watchdogs independent
Why campaign-finance probe may not harm Clinton
Gun database leaves many empty handed
Why US is quiet on Pinochet case
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