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Monitor Archive for October 26, 1993
China's Political Repression Persists After Olympic Loss
Russia's Bashkir Republic Pushes for Its Autonomy
A Collider's Crash
Lobby Reform Slows Down As House Balks At New Limits
Chicago's Home-Grown Prairie
An Unheralded Defense
Israeli-PLO Talks Snagged on Security
Ukraine Agrees to Ratify START, for More Money
Christopher Urged to Resign
East Rethinks Pace, Not Goal, of Reform
UN Peacekeepers Aim to Contain Strife, Protect the Displaced
Threadbare Laughs in `Mixed Emotions'
Everyday Drama Enlivens `This Old House'
Remembering an American poet: WILLIAM STAFFORD
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Prime Requisite for Political Columnists: Thick Skin
New Trade Thrives Along China's Old Silk Road
Refugee Flight Threatens to Spread Fighting in Region
Special-Interests' Moneybags Are Easy Target in Capitol, But Path to Reform Unclear
`Mad Forest' Resounds in Oregon
A Win for Democracy - or Pork?
A Golden Opportunity To See Skating Stars
St. Louis and Baltimore Figure In NFL Expansion Guessing
Help From Anywhere
REPORT URGES SCIENCE TEACHING OVERHAUL
Black Leaders Call on Urban Gangs To Be `New Frontier of Civil Rights'
Buy Products `Made Without Child Labor'
Scientists Look Abroad After Collider's End
Era of Big Development Projects Is Not Finished in Cleveland
Likud's Plan for Territories Is Built on Outdated Vision
On Menu of Future: Taihu Pigs With Arracacha, Tepary
E. German Farms Aim To Set European Records
Prudential Settlement Signals a Regulatory Shift on Wall Street
Wrangling on Hill May Slow Passage of Crime Bill