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Monitor Archive for January 13, 1993

ELECTRONICS EXPORTS STILL KEY TO NEW ENGLAND ECONOMIC POWER
Puerto Rico's Status
The Balkans Countdown
To Work for Peace, Israeli Leftists Make Compromises
Special Investigations Scrutinized
British Report Stirs Controversy On Press Curbs to Protect Privacy
RECORD NUMBER OF SOFTWARE PIRATES HOOKED IN 1992
HOUSEWORK OF MARRIED WOMEN WORTH $5.50 AN HOUR AFTER TAXES
Bosnian Serbs Refuse Compromise Peace Plan
Crater Yields Clues on Extinctions
Ohio Representative Resigns to Be Lobbyist
On the Old Silk Road, Baku Has Rich History as Cultural Center
AT&T Plugs Into Canada's Market
Despite Junta's Gestures, Democracy Lags in Burma
Easing the Drought in Southern Africa
Iraq, UN Continue Test of Wills
Azeri Master Weavers Find Growing World Market for Silk and Wool Carpets
Easing the Drought in Southern Africa
Clinton Adviser Shows Trade Stance
Iraqi Brinksmanship
Foreigners in Germany
POLLUTION CONCERNS MOUNT AS TANKER BREAKS UP
Of Foreign Affairs, Politics, and Transitions
Clinton Budget Promises Meet Reality
Today's Authors on Yesterday's Auteurs
`Dancing at Lughnasa' Goes on Tour
Easing the Drought in Southern Africa
Galileo on Course, But One Antenna Still Won't Unfurl
THE WORLD FROM...Beijing
Only a Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty Will Rein in Nukes
EVENTS
US Effort to Aid Ex-USSR In Disarming Bogs Down
The Great Homing Instinct
National Labs Look To New Order Roles
Classical Building, American Style
Ethiopia Rebuilds Ruined Economy
Spiritual Reality
Oil Fuels Azeris' Hopes for Future
Perot Launches New Effort

US Kids Do Better at Math, But Rich Outscore Poor