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Monitor Archive for December 2, 1991

LISTENING TO BOOKS ON THE ROAD
Houston Builds A World-Class Opera Company
The Not-So-Superfund
Commander Tells How NATO's Role Will Change
UN Secretary-General To Call for Sweeping Fiscal Fixes for Budget
Reformers Target Japan's Education System
Kidnappers Promise to Free US Hostage
ALMOST HALF OF US FIRMS CUT WORK FORCE
Party Reverses China's Liberal Farm Reforms
US Intelligence Agenda
Teaching in Japan's 'Cram Schools'
Cities in the US Are Struggling to Cope With Record-Level Violent-Crime Rates
Strange Experiment in Freeway Living
Students, Faculty Under One Roof
BEIJING SHOWS CLEMENCY TO DISSIDENTS
Family structures
Brinkmanship in The Middle East
Overcoming Obstacles
Moviegoers beware
Dorms Without Drugs Provide Substance-Free Campus Housing
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN EAST EUROPE
Standout Opera Season Planned for Houston
The US and Britain Should Take Libya to Court
Lack of Service From the Postal Service
Saga of Civil Rights in Rural Georgia
Organic Abstraction That Invites You In
Serbian Activists Urge Human Rights Probe
Technology of 'Stealth' Warplanes Keeps on Developing
Lack of Service From the Postal Service
Banking Industry Is Bouncing Back
Police Brutality Hearings Begin in L.A.
Israel Plays Squeaky-Wheel Role As Renewal of Peace Talks Looms
'Wonderful Life' Lives Again
News Currents
Russia to Bail Out Soviet Finances
Israelis Grope For Response To US Lead In Bilaterals
SAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS
Congress Caps Faxes, Phone-Sales
Lyricist Talks About a Long Musical Collaboration
Hyatt, Marriott See New Market: 'Senior Living'
Where in the World Is ...?
South Africans Press Ahead With National Conference