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Monitor Archive for October 18, 1993

Haitian Military Digs In Heels, As US Ships Carry Out Blockade
Fine-Tuning the Fed
Walls as Boundaries, Walls as Inspiration
Two US Approaches to Mexico?
Fall of Berlin Wall Reverberates at West Point
Soft-Focus Lens on Ethnic Facts
`Chunnel' Still Needs Cash, but Will Open
`A Connecticut Party' Aims to Keep Going
Not Just One Side to Blame in Angola
Movies, Niche Cards Give Athletes a Run For Trading Card $$
Lofty Daydreams, Harsh Reality
It's a Rule. Really!
South African Unions Push ANC to Remember Workers
Teleservice Call Centers Emerge as New Source of Middle-Class Jobs
STEPS TOWARD RECONCILIATION
Julie Harris Stars, Edward Albee Mocks, in New York
Razzmatazz Meets Cool, Studied Elegance

Weicker on Taxes, Politics, and His Legacy
Heron
Not Just One Side to Blame in Angola
Need to Expand a Museum? Ask for Pentagon Funding
Cassandra's Computer
NAFTA's Impact On Border Region
US Committed to a Free Haiti
A HIGH PRICETAG SMUDGES SYDNEY'S OLYMPICS VICTORY
Campaigning Russians Try To Define `Democracy'
EVENTS
US Buildup in Somalia Leaves Many Worried About Further Clashes
Teleservice Technology: Both a Benefit and a Bane
Couple Wins Forfeiture Case Against Feds
Despite a Colder Start To Winter, Oil Is Plentiful
Shared Nobel Marks South African Progress
Tibet Under Chinese Thumb
Environment Groups Divide Over NAFTA