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Monitor Archive for October 30, 1992

`December Surprise' Not a Real Surprise
Under Montana's Big Sky
Congress: Heal Thyself
Danube Dam Spurs Hungary's Ire
Sounds of Voter Revolt Cause Halls of Congress to Tremble
Which Candidate?
Sand Skiing in Dubai Is Not for the Dubious Tourist
Bush and Clinton: a Look At Their Spending Habits
Artist Trustees Invigorate the Tate's Board
Director of London's Tate Gallery Stirs Up the Venerable Collection
Will the candidates' economic plans do the job?
Polls Don't Reflect the Views of People Who Distrust
Four more years
Why Are the Candidates Mute on the Global Economy?
KOSOVO'S SERB, ETHNIC ALBANIAN LEADERS MEET IN PEACE TALKS
WHY SPANISH KIDS LIKE FOOTBALL
Voting for an ideal
That Bus Was Built to Fly
Dramas Touch on Political Power
Polls Don't Reflect the Views of People Who Distrust Poll-Takers
Conservatives Blast Yeltsin's Ban on Them
Perot and the media
More Choices Than `Choice'
News Currents
War's End Eludes Salvador As Cristiani Stalls UN Plan
Upheaval at GM
Perot Is Refreshing; Perot Is Dangerous
Mideast Talks: A Year Old and At a Threshold
FREEZE FRAMES
Split of LDP Faction Signals End of an Era In Japanese Politics
Iowa Creates a Futures Market in Politics
US-Style Football Gains in Spain

Arkansas Press Claims Clinton Tends to `Wool'
Dramas Touch on Political Power
CONCLUSIONS DRAWN
His Dream or Ours?
Many US Voters Abroad Can Register, Vote by Fax