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Monitor Archive for November 15, 1993

Learning London by Landscape
Mosaic of Humanity Comes to Light
NAFTA's Impact on Labor, Environment
Haiti Still Stymies Clinton As Military Defies the UN
Mexico, Especially Its Ruling Party, Anxiously Awaits the NAFTA Vote
Fractious Party Meeting Continues Chinese Reforms
Check Fraud Grows, but Banks and Printers Battle Back
US Funds Tarnished Gem Of Russian Science Projects
Unreported Business In Hungary Spreads Budget's Red Ink
Examining the Clash and Blend of Cultures
New-Old Police Work Controls Crime in D.C.
Economy's Good News
Jack Peltason's Financial Homework
Salvadorans Worry Peace Process Is On the Verge of Unraveling
With Vote Near, NAFTA Remains Too Close to Call
Russian Parties Disqualified And Opposition Cries Foul
New York Gives Criminals `Disappearance Tickets'
Palau Islanders Vote an End To Last UN Trust Territory
Clinton Team Struggles With Foreign Policy
The Truly Fast Lane!
Hungarians Protest State's Crackdown On Broadcast Media
`FOUR DOGS AND A BONE' RAILS AGAINST HOLLYWOOD
The Golden State Recovers Some Luster for Companies
Examining the Clash and Blend of Cultures
CLINTON WEIGHS CLEMENCY FOR ISRAELI SPI
S. African Farmers Take Up Arms
Gaming's False Promise

New Jersey Controversy
N. Korea angered at exercises
Battle Lines Are Drawn Over Hong Kong's Press
NAFTA's Impact on Labor, Environment
From Moscow to Omsk, US Charity Aids Orphans
Notes on the Media
Will Free Trade Lower Paychecks?
Washington State Steps Into New Tax Territory
New Breed of Lawmakers Trained to Run Country
EVENTS
Ban on Dumping Nuclear Waste at Sea
Revamp Foreign Policy
An `Oxbridge' University Trilogy