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Monitor Archive for April 27, 2004
Democracy spreads across Africa
In Cheney case, court reviews executive power
Sadr the agitator: like father, like son
Should noncitizens vote?
The term-limit movement of the '90s stalls
No end in sight, even as Guard troops return
West faces a sixth year of epic drought
Sadr influence grows
Reporters on the Job
Fallujah firefight rekindles
Iraq and Global Debt Relief
Estée Lauder's Real Beauty
The new economy's biggest product: an enduring underclass?
Colleges encourage students to stay on four-year track
Segregation still the rule in schools
'I'm a teacher.' Response: 'That's nice.' But there's more!
For these competitors, words R their thing
With friends like this, who needs Canadians?
Friendship by the book
'We're looking for new authors!'
Music to a dictator's ear
Choices, priorities, and finding the right balance
This whole story is about holes
Business & Finance
Still the same old "shakedowns"
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