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Monitor Archive for July 20, 1993
`Masters of the Night' Fights a Bum Rap for Bats
Two Faces of America
WORTH NOTING ON TV
A Clean Slate
Japan's Elections - a Start
What $500 Billion in Cuts Means for the US Deficit
Missed Connections, Rediscovered Friends
Can `Real Person' Reno Make a Real Difference in D.C.?
Georgia's Instability Unravels Economy
Weak Yarn in `Loose Knit'
OLDER ADULTS CONCERNED ABOUT SAVINGS
Clinton's approval ratings
Perot's Disservice to NAFTA's Opponents
The Eternal Return Of the `Sleeping Cat'
People Who Put Magellan Into Orbit Around Venus
When Umpires State the Obvious: The Infield Fly
Red Sox Make East a 5-Way Race
Ginsburg Hearings Avoid High Political Drama
BOOKS IN BRIEF
Some Great Lakes Shipping Revives
Human Rights in Guatemala And the `Rule of Law'
MORE WORKERS BROWN-BAG IT
Hubble Shots Prompt New Thinking on Core Of Andromeda Galaxy
MIXED REVIEWS ON `PAY-FOR-PERFORMANCE'
As the Mississippi Crests, Corps Mans the Defenses
Drawings Reach Grand Heights
Campaign Reform or Muzzle?
Vietnam's Oil Goes Untapped by US Firms
Skirmish Over Tax Breaks Is Waged in the Shadows
The Talk of Ottawa: Get Rid of the Senate
New Beginnings, and a New Mother
UN and Iraq Agree On Arms Monitoring, Set Stage for Talks
New Military Chief In Guatemala Vows To Aid `the Most Poor'
Japan's Long-Ruling Party Is Set Back, but Insists Its Role Remains `Pivotal'
A Costume Designer Who Served As Martha Graham's Hands
Pakistan's Leaders Resign To End Six-Month Feud