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Monitor Archive for December 16, 2005
Shiite and Sunni, young and old: an Iraqi family's journey to the ballot box
New military goals: 'win the peace'
Leftist set to be Bolivia's first Indian president
Though revenues up, states stay thrifty
'See Spot run' befuddles fewer Americans
Terror case tests reach of federal power
Congress moves toward clear policy against torture
Why US frets over Bolivia
Reporters on the Job
Free speech on trial in Turkey
In Tokyo, 'Geisha' is just a love story
Being irate at Iran, but wisely
Bolivia's charge to the left
Secretaries of State take the heat
For shoppers' sake, a June Christmas
Anger, hope drive Sunnis to vote in Iraqi villages once held by insurgents
2005 Gift Guide: DVDs
Broadway magic reproduced
'Three Burials' digs uneven ground
Not-so-sly 'Family Stone'
2005 Gift Guide: Music
2005 Gift Guide: TV series on DVD
2005 Gift Guide: Video games
When I didn't think I had enough to give
The one box we couldn't wait to open
I learn it's best not to believe those rave reviews
Backstory: The game of 'Whose holiday is it?' is especially wacky this year.
Backstory: The Christmas complex has spread to other faiths
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