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Monitor Archive for July 14, 1992

In Oceania: a Paul Theroux Sample
Will the Convention `Launch' Clinton?
New Entry in Race For N.Y. Senate Seat
Louisiana Confrontation Over Abortion a Stalemate
News Currents
Israel's Rabin Leaves Door Ajar For Ultra-Orthodox in Cabinet
Telling What a Trip Is Really Like
Brown Refuses to Endorse Clinton
Athol Fugard. The Face of South Africa's Conscience
A Tale of Anarchy in South Africa
Diagnostic Look at Right's Disarray
Amnesty's 1991 Report
Oakland Rebuilding Accelerates
BENJAMIN HOOKS ADDRESSES NAACP MEETING AFTER PEROT FLAP
Government needs to help regulate energy
Tsongas Vows Plan to Cut Budget Deficit
FOOD REACHES MORE BOSNIANS
Candidates' Free-Trade Policy
Estonia's Market Reforms Advance
Lucrative congressional retirement
Russian Nationalists Decry Loss of Greatness
ESTONIA FACTS
Democrats Fashion Broad Platform

Candidates' Free-Trade Policy
Plenty of Work Ahead For a Beefed-Up CSCE
Out of Crime's Way
European Unity and US Interests
Belgian Constitutional Reform Talks Stall
Mexican Opposition Wins One State Vote, Claims Fraud in 2nd
SOUTH AFRICAN PLAYWRIGHT ATHOL FUGARD HAS WRITTEN 19 PLAYS AND SIX SCREENPLAYS IN 40 YEARS
The Challenge Facing the Navy
Little Pins of Memory
Confronting Violence in Fugard's Latest Work, `Playland'
At Play With the Toy of Language
WHAT ATTRACTS MEDIA HORDES TO CONVENTION?
Cheering Robins and Children Safely Out of the Nest
`Unlawful Entry' Exits Without Facing Issues
Japanese Elections Likely To Turn on Military Role
Voters Angry As Delegates Convene