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Monitor Archive for September 28, 1992

Britain's Major Seeks to Preempt `Two Speed' Track to European Unity
The Korean Cloth Tradition
The Author Who Lived Life Backward
American Ports Use Innovation To Stay Ahead

Clinton Campaign Wary As Bush Plays Catch-Up
South Africa Summit Breaks Long Impasse
Slimmed-Down Railroads Speed Into the 1990s
Whatever You Are
News Currents
Israelis Shift Plans for US Loans
What Color Is God?
Australian Premier Presses Ties to Asia
Our Many Helping Hands
Clinton Campaign Wary As Bush Plays Catch-Up
New Act Relaxes Federal Rules
The US Timber Issue
EDUCATION: SCHOOL REFORM
Japanese Backlash Grows Over Feeble Prosecution Of Figures in Bribery Case
Russian TV: an Unexploited Opportunity
The Foreign-Policy Myth
A Californian at heart
The US Is on the Wrong Side in This Gulf Conflict
Southern Africa's Crisis
US Inaction On Renewing Infrastructure Slows Growth
ITALIAN PM THREATENS TO QUIT
The US Timber Issue
Mexico Finalizes Restoration Of Ties to Catholic Church
Pay Now for Repairs, or Pay More Later
Texan Perot Puts Pepper Into '92 Presidential Stew
Mideast Momentum
Fallacies of `Geezer Bashing'
CORRECTION COCorrection for 09/14/92
Mixed Results for Schools Takeover

Five-Day Passage
US and Russia Lower Barriers to Rapport
Bill Clinton Canvasses Four States In New England Campaign Swing
Pricing Scheme Urged For Jammed Airports
New Toll-Road Projects Aim to Ease Overburdened US Highway System
Economics and Education
The US Timber Issue
BURMESE JUNTA EASES LETTER OF MARTIAL LAW
Toll Road Opened America's Wilderness - Lessons From History