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Monitor Archive for October 5, 2004
With the dawn of space tourism, the jet jockey returns
In Florida, reading, writing, and recovery
How VP debate can help - or hurt
Next wave of Al Qaeda leadership
Ethnic rivalries loosen hold on Boston politics
Chicago raises the bar for living in public housing
Echoes of Russia's Communist past?
Reporters on the Job
Lebanese voices rise against Syria's dominance
Blair's end game: fresh mandate, or lame duck?
Release From the Debt Trap
Turkey, EU: The Twain Can Meet
Debates can flip-flop polls, even after a second round
Arnold for president? Let voters choose
The New Yorker's inscrutable, evolving sense of humor
Looking for someone to save in Africa
A battle for God, church, and booty
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US mania for ranking colleges arrives in Britain
Student dilemma: Take the old SAT, or await the new?
Are book tags a threat?
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