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Monitor Archive for December 29, 1992

US Recovery Barely Gets Passing Grade
CRAFT AND HOBBY ACTIVITY GROWS
EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LINKED MORE TO PERFORMANCE
Justice Must Be Demanded for `Ethnic Cleansing' Crimes
UN Struggles to Get Aid Supplies To Bosnians and Iraqi Kurds
A Win for Man, Nature
Laws Aim to Bolster Sagging Economies
Muzak Pipes In Data, Advertising As Well as Tunes
PRO GOLFERS AREN'T CHEAP
The Iran-Contra Pardons
My Bushy-Tailed Wood Rats
The Pros and Cons of Boycotting Colorado
Mexican Activists Try to Put the Bite on Police Corruption
A test of media objectivity
Braving Antarctica, 64 Years Later
The Pros and Cons of Boycotting Colorado
The Artist Who Drew a Peaceable Kingdom
Indian Report Sees Police Role in Violence
EVENTS
The Pros and Cons of Boycotting Colorado
Back on Track in South Africa
Congress Expected To Tighten Trade Policies Toward Europe
Don't Scrimp on The `Vision Thing'
Bosnia Merits Inquiry, Ex-Prosecutor Says
Waste Debate Divides Ohio Town
China's Shifting Ideologies Stir Debate and Confusion
Clinton's Carter-Look Foreign Policy Team May Mix Old Idealism, New Pragmatism

A Timely Resolve For the New Year
New Books Tell the Stories of Those Who Followed the Urge To Build
Tense, Hopeful Kenyans Vote In Historic Poll
Boston's Powerful Rogue
Scientists Scrutinize A Plant to Uncover Some Genetic Secrets
US, UN Raise Issue of War Crimes
WEINBERGER POINTS FINGER AT WALSH
A Basis for Prayer
Chinese Scholars Attack `Leftism,' Call for Market Reform
A Moment of Reckoning
An Artist Who Makes Colors Felt
Boston's Mayor Flynn Weighs His Political Future