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Monitor Archive for January 3, 1992

New Book Outlines a Collapsing Communist Regime - in China
New Tasks for American Spies
S. Korea Talks Focus On Nuclear Issue
Computer Age Progression Aids In Recovering Abducted Children
Fine Acting Marks 'Grand Canyon'
Orwell: Champion of Underdogs
The Last Revisionist
'True crime' literature abundant
Bush Eases Australians' Worries
More Than One Way To Steal a Tree
The Democrats' Field of Welterweight Candidates
Abortion: education, options
News Currents
Environmental Concerns in Latin America Require US Attention
Economic Decline Prompts Tory Slide In British Polls
In the Footsteps of... ...Fred and Ginger
Environmental Concerns in Latin America Require US Attention
China Tightens Grip on Religious Practice
Abortion: education, options
The Woodshed That Never Was
US on Fast Track To Competitiveness
Old Acquaintance
Mideast Cuisine Meets California
Seoul Bourse Opens Door a Bit To Foreigners
United by God's Love
The Hunger That Cannot Be Filled
Georgia Rebels Press Bid To Oust Besieged Leader
Boasty Beanies, Sure, But Marshmallows?
Current Surge in Stocks Displays Breadth, Depth
Salvadoran Peace Pact to End Long Conflict
The Korean Nuclear Question
Bush's Tokyo Ploy
Corporate restructuring concerns
What Could Lurk Ahead in 1992
On Public Radio Mozart Meets - The Judds?