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Monitor Archive for July 30, 1992

MAJORITY OF AMERICANS WANT THEIR OWN BUSINESS
One Sculptor's `Field of Dreams'
Using Property Rights To Regulate Fish Harvest
Israel's Unsettling Settlement Policy

`She's Trouble!'
PAELLA
City Parks in US Need Green: Money, That Is
Reverence for the Natural World
Weld Makes Moves to Help GOP
A United Nations Peace Force or Police Force?
Perot's leadership role
`Free Radio' For China
US Renewal Is Key Urban League Theme
LUNCH FOR ATHLETES
Estonians have had enough
CLINTON LEADS BY WIDE MARGIN IN CALIFORNIA
The Cheeky Dandelion
TV, Like Nature, Abhors a Vacuum
A United Nations Peace Force or Police Force?
UN CALLS FOR OPENING TO YUGOSLAV REFUGEES
BCCI's Principle Lawyers In US Indicted in Scandal
The Roots of Sexual Harassment
News Currents
Lebanon Groups Resist August Vote
Perot's Last Hurrah
Still Missing: a National Energy Policy
`Economic Miracle' Has Yet to Reach Mexico's Poorest
UN INSPECTORS COME UP EMPTY
Computer Books Turn Reading Into Audiovisual Event
Perot Reveals Budget Ideas: Cut Spending by 10 Percent, Raise Taxes on the Wealthy
ISRAEL AND VATICAN MOVE TOWARD TIES
What's Cooking at the Olympics?

Bush Campaign Program Lacks A Growth Agenda
Religious Tensions Linger On Eve of Nigerian Vote
Boston Begins the `Big Dig'
`Teledemocracy' Should Outlive Perot's Candidacy
The War Of the Roses
Chrysler Introduces Sleek Sedans
Dandelion