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Monitor Archive for August 30, 2001
How are your morals?
Medicine ruled a family affair
Protecting against piracy
Double trouble could be solved by copyrighting your DNA
When morals bend to personal choice
Maybe the man on the moon knows how hot global warming will get
Microsoft still 'bullish' as ever
A native son without a country
So much to tell
The miles and smiles we logged
Truth-telling or spin?
Burden of summer heat borne away on a breeze
Whatever happened to...pro golfer Lee Elder
Lifting economy: Whose job is it?
As US growth sputters, Mexicans face the 'R' word
Europe's antidrug bastion reconsiders
Detroit mayoral race: Who isn't running?
Business & Finance
Douglas Adams and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Future
With economy in idle, the heat is on Bush
No bumper crop of genetically altered plants
Turnover ahead in big-city mayors' seats across US
Australia at sea in refugee debate
REPORTERS ON THE JOB
Israeli occupation of Beit Jala turns into battle of wills
In India, the decline of a middle-class icon
Hope for sustainable farming in gene-altered crops
US passivity in Argentine crisis sends a bad signal
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