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Monitor Archive for February 13, 1991

Treasury May Cut Campaign Aid
The Daunting Aftermath
`Indigo Girls': An Act of Faith
On the Front Lines: Soldiers Replace Bedouin Customers
Nuclear Arms: Would Use Save Lives - or Backfire?
Postwar Diplomacy
Wartime Policies Could Create Postwar Problems
News Currents
Smugglers and Illegal Investment Prompt Taiwan to Ease Restrictions on Trade
US Gulf Policy Spurs Jordanian Suspicions
China Seeks to Uproot Prejudice Against Disabled
A `Living Machine' Purifies Waste
Closing of Base Will Hurt Jobs, Businesses
Should the US Release Military Aid to El Salvador?
Year's End
Quincy, Mass., Paying Price To Clean Up Water, Beaches
China Curbs Shenzhen Bourse
Lithuanians Will Use Mandate to Press Reform
Chinese Migrants Threaten Stability
RECREATIONAL BOAT SALES FALL IN US
STOCK MARKETS IN DEVELOPING NATIONS DECLINE IN 1990
`Two Chinas' Face Popular Surge
Canada: More Marriage Counseling
How Islamic Holy Days Could Affect The Gulf War
Space Mission Rescues Are Not Impossible
Trading Group's Last Goodbye Overshadowed by Gulf
Debate Could Stall Japan's Gulf Aid
Novel Filter Cleans Up Australian Sewage
Inner Fasting
USAir Announces Major Restructuring
Namibia's Experiment
Three Kids Vs. the School Budget
DESPITE WAR, SAUDI CHEMICAL FIRM CONTINUES USUAL BUSINESS
Lyrics That Speak of Spiritual Journeying
`Tapestries of Afterthought'
Housing Affordability Improves in California
Dollar Daze Tests Currency Reform