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Monitor Archive for November 18, 1991

NEW PLANT MAKES A LOTTA PASTA
President Begins To Focus on Domestic Agenda
MediCanada No Rx in US
Confessions of A Former Illiterate
US Seeks Means to Justice In Bombing of Flight 103
Louisianans Pick Edwards To Lead State, But Duke's Message Could Linger in '92
Shaped Environments
Back to Basics For US Toymakers
Coat Drive Seeks to Keep Homeless Warm
New Zambia Leader Faces Economy in Ruin
Intimate Images Of Light And Shadow
Women Politicians Sense New Activism
JAPAN BOUGHT 2.3 MILLION PCs LAST YEAR
Breaking Pain's Grip
Beijing Makes Concessions on Trade, Arms Exports, but Not Human Rights
On cutting the capital-gains tax
Kenya's Moi Blocks Multiparty Rally, but Critics See Success
Hidden factors boost annual cost to $8,000 for average household
Women's options in a men's world
Rifts in Russia
'Choice' Offer Stirs Up Indy's Educational Community
Companies Push School Reform
Finally: Some Relief for US Jobless
Cuomo's Talents Are No Illusion
Jewish-Americans and loan guarantees
why the medical bill keeps growing
Oregon's Sensible Health-Care Reform
Poverty's Impact on Schools
Behind the German Neo-Nazi Phenomenon
Struggling in a Sao Paulo School
Duke's Rejection
China's Old Guard Derides Decade of Market Reforms
Cuomo's Talents Are No Illusion
Canada Considers Security Issue
Russia Challenges Control of Center on Reform, Resources
As PC Revolution Fades, Computer Firms Alter Roles
News Currents
JAPAN SHIFTS EXPORT FOCUS