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Monitor Archive for January 2, 2002
Guns and Security
Hello, euro: What's next?
Why it's vital to help Russia guard nuclear stockpiles
Utah's white gold
Chewing the fat - and tasting it, too
In 2002, kids want peace - and powers
Mirror, mirror, on the computer ...
A baby shows a new way to start the year
A cut above
No excuses - the letter is in the mail
The old-fashioned barbershop persists
In 2002, resolutions look beyond self
Antiterror war speeds the maturing of a president
Amid Afghanistan's decay, hope rekindles
Fires near Sydney stir deep cultural issues
Public-access TV gains cachet ... and new viewers
Moosewood means vegetarian with flair
Hassle-free fire logs provide environmental benefits
Young poets share their winning words
'The bells are for you'
Kodak's 'Ali' and CBC's 'Marconi' sites illustrate the pleasures of Flash
Things I'd Like to See in 2002
2002 forecast: Economy gathers strength for '03
A demanding time for chaplains who give at the office
World, not just US, wants 'fries with that'
Assessing terror's political costs
Reporters on the Job
US war on terrorism quietly enters Phase 2
Russian spy trials raise red flag about human rights
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