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Monitor Archive for November 13, 1992

Democracy in Hong Kong
Who Will Head the GOP?
Boston's WGBH Keeps Steady Financial Ship
Coordination With Europe, New Sense of Commitment Boost Italy's Anti-Mafia Fight
Views on Clinton's Economic `Council'
Vets Remembered, Accounted For
Coppola Revives Old Tricks In `Bram Stoker's Dracula'
Storm Coming
Russia, Hungary Cancel Debts, Build New Ties
A Hoop Star Reaches Out
Cat Tales From Down East
Finnish Films Master Moods
Colombia Steps Up Attacks on Rebels
City Kids Might March To a Different Drummer
The real Hillary
Democrats Aim To Avoid Errors Of Carter Era
THOMAS HAMPSON IN HIS DEBUT RECITAL AT CARNEGIE HALL
The `Year of the Woman'
SalvadoransReach Accord On New Timing for Peace
Purifying the Process
US rail system not `outdated'
HEAVY FIGHTING REACHES CAPITAL OF LIBERIA
The Fed's Flawed Mortgage Studies
Critics Question KQED's Direction
New York's WNET Goes Multimedia
The `Year of the Woman'
Killing by Detroit Police Has Echoes of Rodney King Case
Airplane baby seats and the FAA
Hummingbirds
CLINTON BACKS ALLOWING GAYS INTO MILITARY
A Leading Senator Says US Should Turn Focus To World Relations
CONCLUSIONS DRAWN
News Currents
Russia Could Provide Early Test For Clinton's Foreign Policy
Junkyard Thoughts
Japan Pays a Price For Smooth Meetings
Public Television's Balancing Act
Honecker Trial Starts With Sputter
Healed - Completely
Theater Director Probes Humanism

SOME KEY WAYS TO MAINTAIN A `NICHE' IN AMERICAN TELEVISION
GM's Cutbacks Upset Michigan's Rattled Economy
New NBA Season Raises New Questions