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Monitor Archive for April 2, 1992

Waste-Water Recycling Is Catching On
Dialing for Library Dollars
Bipartisanship Puts Bay State's Budget Back in the Black
News Currents
CORRECTION COCorrection for 3/16/92
JACKSON SAYS A THIRD CANDIDATE NEEDS TO ENTER
Kurds Flee Homes Again As Baghdad Bombs North
A Small But Brilliant Sea of Color
NEWFOUNDLAND PREMIER SEEKS UN SUPPORT FOR CANADIAN CUSTODY OF FISHERIES
Bush May Learn a `Major' Lesson
Meat Pies Evoke Australian Sighs
Anti-Western Feeling Grows Across Russia
Computers Don't Get It's
Louisville's Window on New Plays
Worth a thousand words
The Best Military Option: Stronger UN Peacekeeping
Weathering Storms
Weapons from China
On the Origins of Creativity: What Makes the 'Juices' Flow?
WORTH NOTING ON TV
SKI AREAS HAVE A BIG THIRST
Emergency Funding Proposed for S&L's
Candidates: Lay Out Your Global Vision
The US Should Look to Canada for a Workable Health-Care System
Philadelphia Offers Plays
Quiet People in a Noisy World
Nuclear-reactor problems
Voters Get On Perot Bandwagon
Spading the Garden
India Under Fire Over Rights Abuses
The US Should Look to Canada for a Workable Health-Care System
UNEMPLOYMENT PREDICTED TO SURGE IN RUSSIA
US Supreme Court Eases Desegregation Rules
Witness to America's West
What the Wind Says
TURKEY RESPONDS TO CONCERNS ON KURDISH UNREST
Amnesty Head Urges More Pressure on Human Rights
Libya Sanctions Signal UN Resolve
Democratic Primary Gets Top Billing in New York
MARY'S BEEF AND POTATO PIE
Contemplating Affairs in France
Oil Stockpile Stuck in Controversy
Tokyo's Slump
Ethnic Violence Troubles Kenya