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Monitor Archive for May 3, 1993

Cable TV Firm Sees Itself As On-Ramp to `Highway'
Brown: NAFTA Is Not Dead in Congress
Wary of West, Bosnian Serb Signs Plan
Needed: a Score Card On National Growth
US Talks Tough on Bosnia, But Action May Be Too Late
WHAT IS TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT?

World Tries Diplomacy to Slow North Korean Nuclear Program
Lessons From The Workplace In the Classroom
Heading Off Clashes Over At-Risk Species
Give a False Start to the 100-Day Dash
Women's Political Successes
Broadway Stages Flashy Rock Opera `Tommy'
Congress's tactics of sabotage
Texas Swings to the Right in Vote For US Senate and School Reform
Surviving
Computer Giants Gird for Chip Fight
BRITAIN'S BUCKINGHAM PALACE WILL OPEN TO TOURISTS
Tailoring Russian Aid
Justice for abused children
EVENTS
Money Is Not the Solution to Intelligence Flaws
Nothing Funny About Clinton's Reply to Critics
Do Film Previews Promise More Than They Deliver?
Money Is Not the Solution to Intelligence Flaws
Premier Is Held Above Law, and Italy Rages
A Bird Bath of Monumental Proportions
French Riled by US Claims Of Industrial Espionage
Connecticut's Powerful Women
Business Success in Japan: A Plan for Western Women
Sudden Calm
BOOKS IN BRIEF
US Drug Fight: The Focus Shifts To Home Front
France Shaken By Suicide Of Ex-Premier
Facing New Slump, US Toughens Its Trade Position
Assassination Leaves a Leadership Vacuum in Sri Lanka
Worthy Goals for Access to College
Rebirth for Everglades
Congressional Reforms Won't Stifle Call for Term Limits
Deming: We've Been `Sold Down the River on Competition'