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Monitor Archive for May 7, 1992

North Korean Concessions Seen as a Bid for Survival
Iranian Changes Encourage Women in Political Role
Nicaragua Still Lacks Strong Leadership
How Much Is a Treasure Worth?
CORPORATE MERGERS ARE ON THE RISE IN 1992
POLISH MINISTER RESIGNS OVER DEFICIT
Garden Plan Concepts
German Festival Steps Back Into Cabaret Scene of the '30s
Perot School-Reform Role Illustrates Style
WORTH NOTING ON TV
EX-FED OFFICIAL NAMED TRUSTEE OF PUBLISHING SOCIETY
Palestinians Reassess Peace Process
Reform Gets Slow Start in Ukraine
Concern for the People of Peru
Congress Is Balky on Aid to Former Soviets
Surplus Industry Adapts to Low-Inventory Markets
TENSIONS IN THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
Mardi Gras and Jelly Roll on Stage
America, Land of Outdoor Cooking
Iran in a Fluid Region
The language of Quechua
BUSH, CLINTON RACK UP DELEGATES
Lights, Camera, Taxi! Director Turns Cabs Into Sets
The Business of the President Is Not Business
Perot: no strings attached
US Labor Loses Its Economic Clout
STUBB'S BARBECUE TIPS
The Art of Natural Design
A Doorway Prayer
Washington Tries To Map Strategy For Inner Cities
Concern for the People of Peru
Perot: no strings attached
Reform-Minded Texan Ready for White House?
Desegregation Redux
Older Women Face Health-Care Shortfall
For Now, Arms Win
Iran's Rafsanjani Consolidates Governing Majority for Reform
A Neighborly Visit
The `Healing Process,' Yet Again
News Currents
Money Pours Into Mutual Funds
A Seasonal Heave-Ho to Clutter
Barbecuing With Love and Tears
Perot: no strings attached