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Monitor Archive for October 1, 1993

Altman's Latest Falls Shy of the Mark
Another look at Arafat
Report Calls Federal Courts Lax In Protecting Religious Freedom
`Farm Speak' Expresses Cautious Harvest Jitters In a Year of Mixed Results
British Labour Party Curtails Union Power
Coming Soon to a Talk Show Near You: Clinton Health Blitz
Earth to Biosphere, Over
Ballistic Missile Defense Would Protect US
Art for the children's sake
Locked-Out Deputies Boost Resistance
Japan Opens Door Wider for American Apples
Ending Modern Slavery
Croatia Pressures the UN In Effort to Check Serbs
Health-Care Polls Distort Support for Clinton Plan
Citizens Caught in the Cross-Fire
A Nice Guy Who Lasted, Finishes
Russian Church Seeks to End Crisis
Who Cares for Georgia?
Economists Forecast Happier Fiscal Year
City Opera's Strengths and Weaknesses This Season
Horse and Rider Soaring (Together)
It Was the Perfect Drug Raid ... but the Wrong House
Upcoming Mexican Election Seen as Travesty of Democracy
BOOKS IN BRIEF
Shalala Vows to Stick to Health-Plan Goals
TALKS ON WHITE HOMELAND ARE IN LIMBO
Author Documents the Struggles Of `Global Big Three' Auto Firms
WORTH NOTING ON TV BY: Alan Bunce
Two Former Prime Ministers Vie for Power in Pakistan Election
S. Africa Hopes Investment Will Return as Fast as It Left
Five Decades of Excellence - on a Shoestring
CONCLUSIONS DRAWN
EVENTS
Empower UN to give world security
FREEZE FRAMES
The Old Trolley-Car Days up in Maine
Ballistic Missile Defense Would Protect US
Politics and Culture In Japan and Asia