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Monitor Archive for September 14, 1993

High School Reminiscence: Subtle Segregation
US-Russian Space Pact
N.Y. Bombing Trial Opens As Muslims Watch Closely
California to Move Up Its Presidential Primary
Mostar: a Warsaw Ghetto in Bosnia
Without Clinton Push, NAFTA Loses Momentum
For Football Fans Between Weekends
Cities Look in Vain For Relief From Feds
In Caviar Capital, Cultures Clash
FALL OF GREEK GOVERNMENT WORRIES EC
An Encounter With the Poet
Black Velvet Paintings Move Beyond Kitsch
FDA Should Regulate Tobacco
PCS Reaches Out for Cellular User
FOREIGN FIRMS TAKE THEIR TIME IN PAYING UP
Small Towns See Wal-Mart as Mixed Blessing
As Violence in Somalia Escalates, Senate Steps Up Troop Oversight
Heeding Nature's Warnings
EVENTS
Sizing Up the NFL's New Season
As Ukrainians Struggle to Survive, Economy Implodes, Leaders Argue
Echoes of the 1930s Ring Loud in Bosnia
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Most Israelis and Palestinians Back Historic Mideast Accord

`Old Spice' Makes New Bid for Younger Customers
FDA and Tobacco
Learning to Yield
Clinton Still Has Time to Act in Bosnia
Backwood
Journal Entry, Early Morning
Near the Sea, Astrakhan Sees Worst of Volga's Heavy Pollution
Religious Right Seeks to Cast A Wider Net, Extend Agenda