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Monitor Archive for May 28, 1991

PAID HOLIDAYS SURVIVE THE RECESSION
The Streetwise Cousin Of the Cautious Country Fox
US Farmers Wary Of a Trade Pact With Mexicans
Campaign Spending: Reforming Reforms
Social Democrats At Odds on Key German Issues
News Currents
Sparks in the Rust Belt
Abortion Issue Moves to Congress
No End to Innocence
Good Times Ahead For Small-Cap Stock?
Lone Fox Dancing
As Peace Talks Open, Ethiopians Seek Orderly Transfer of Power
A Moscow Teen's Changing World
Putting Hate on Hold
SILVER: DEMAND IS UP, PRODUCTION DOWN
CORRECTION [CO]Correction for 5/24/91
Officials Upbeat On GATT Talks
Healing and `Free Exercise' of Religion
Behind the Washington Riots
Conclusions Drawn
GENERAL MOTORS GROWS IN JAPAN
California Aerospace Industry Faces Sharp Decline, Report Warns
BUT CAN IT MELT IN YOUR MOUTH?
To Defeat Ban on Spears, Zulus Cite Cultural Needs
Georgia Holds First Popular Election For Presidency of a Soviet Republic
THE WORLD FROM... New Delhi
New Course for CIA
'92 Could Be the Year for a Black Candidate
Schools for the Future
Amnesty International, at 30, Keeps Focus on Individuals
Cassavetes' Films Get Fresh Notice
Burma Junta Retains Grip a Year After Vote
Shepard's `States of Shock' Tests the Viewer's Patience
Ethiopian Jews Arrive To Israel's Open Arms
Historic Sites' Urgent Needs
Lean Times for Park System `Jewels'
The Importance of Being a Parent
US IS BIG SPENDER ON HIGHER EDUCATION, STUDY FINDS
Pittsburgh Revels in Hockey Championship