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Monitor Archive for October 18, 1991

PLO's Exclusion From Peace Talks Could Mean Its End
Soviet Gold Reserves Fall Far Below Estimates
Thomas Won With the People
Raising a Fuss Over Pooches and Pitchers
Parliament Chief Headed for Victory In Armenia
A Top-Drawer Newsman
Once Closed Thai-Cambodia Border Now Teems with Bare-Knuckled Commerce
Are Fed Appointees Now Haunting Bush?
Paris, Bonn Propose Europe Army
US SENATE UPHOLDS VETO OF JOBLESS BENEFITS BILL
Reconnecting With La Belle France
Housing Falls Victim To HUD's Siege Mentality
The Simplicity of Healing
Louisiana Race Could Turn on 'Closet Vote'
Low Turnout and the 'Motor-Voter' Bill
Plan to Cut British Military Draws Fire From Old Guard
Environmental sexism
Whom to Aid?
Harvard Ushers In New President
New England Recovers Slower Than Rest of US
Low Turnout and the 'Motor-Voter' Bill
Peace Corps experience, please
Fish, Fruit, And More...
A Heavy Load for New World Bank President
No Recession for the Long-Lived Grateful Dead
FREEZE FRAMES
Zaire's Tragedy
A Musical Survives on Broadway
No Exemption for Congress
UN Set to Send Cambodian Refugees Home
Low Turnout and the 'Motor-Voter' Bill
Spill Recovery Slow For Sacramento River
IRANIAN LEADER URGES OPPOSITON TO MIDDLE EAST PEACE TALKS
Nigerians Set to Vote In Primaries in Step Toward Civilian Rule
In Cambodia, UN Begins Its Most Ambitious Peacekeeping Role Ever
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