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Monitor Archive for June 17, 1991

T-SHIRTS, PENS GROW AS MEDIUM FOR ADS
Being and Feeling Innocent
Popular School Leader Stays On
US Still Wants Arms Depot in Gulf
Germans Set to Choose New Capital This Week
Shifting US Economy Pinches the Middle Class
AMERICANS GAVE MORE IN 1990 TO CHARITIES
High-Tech Field Gains Minority, Women Owners
As Soviet Power Decentralizes West Must Deal With Republics
CONGRESS AHEAD IN INDIAN VOTE
How a Zoo Helps Save Belize
Algerian Opposition Isn't `Fundamentalist'
Hong Kong's Bill of Rights Stands on Shaky Foundation
A Driving Movie With Women at the Wheel
Of Jaguars, Jewels, Cosmetics and Coins
Sacred Peaks Far From the Din of the Dusty World
China's Missile Sales Plans Pose Threat to US Strategies
The Virtues - And Traps - Of Early Music
Egypt Seeks to Beef Up Military Might, Maintain Its Leading Role in the Arab World
Stan Getz: Genius Saxman
US Seeks to Curb China's Trade In Ballistic Missiles
STORE BRANDS GAIN FAVOR WITH SOME SHOPPERS
Waldheim Said to Explore Second Bid for Presidency
Parable
Maquiladoras and Environmental Protection
Texas Faces a Texas-Sized Challenge: Fixing a $4.6 Billion Budget Shortfall
San Francisco School Programs Reach Out to Recent Immigrants
Math Test Meaning
Conference of Mayors Looks For Increase in US Funding
Ideas for Steering A Stable Course
UN May Increase Iraq's War Bill
A New Power in Moscow
The Growth of Latin America's `Marginal Economy'
News Currents
Major Alters Course On European Union