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Monitor Archive for January 11, 1994

Banking's Fire Walls
Balanced-Budget Bid Is Gaining Support In the New Congress
`The Air Up There' Is Light on Substance
Robert Duvall Strikes Sweet Deal
How Now, Black-and-White Cow?
Ensuring Stability in the Pacific
Europeans Welcome `Bill' And His Security Plan
Ukraine-Russia Arms Deal Puts Kiev on Clinton Agenda
A NAFTA Test Case: Manitex Tries Both Sides of the Border
Public-Interest Law Has Rewards
Programs Aim to Help Men Who Batter Women

EVENTS
Profit Sharing Pays Off
CORRECTION
Monitor Article Inspires School-Building Project
Philippines Population Efforts Raise Hackles
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Justice Department Praises New Agreement on BCCI
Russia's Future Lies With Russians
Leaning Toward Lillehammer, Norway
Hubble Checks Out Well, Say Relieved Scientists
Aluminum Firms Squeezed By Surplus Russian Output
Talented? Yes, You Are!
Questioning Circus's `Entertainment' Status
Cities Strive to Bring Back Downtown Bustle
Montana Settles In as Chiefs' Chief
Japanese Aid Comes With Strings Attached, Filipinos Say
Israel, PLO Reopen Talks As Public Support Wanes
Military's Peace Offensive Unravels Burmese Alliance
The `Taj Mahal' of Jefferson County
The Name Is New, But It Still Looks a Lot Like the KGB
Population Shifts Remake National Map
Los Angeles Sees Demise of Its City-of-Opportunities Image
Small Quake Rattles L.A.
Entertainment Lures Buyers To Spend Time at the Mall
Shootout Jars South Africa
Gergen Mollifies the Press
The Sheep Who Longed to Moo
Records of Radiation Tests At VA Hospitals Released
Questioning Circus's `Entertainment' Status
Reservations About Latest Indian Novel
Force Remains Tool of Choice In Run-Up to Bosnia Talks
Age and Employment
The Perennial Task Of Cataloging Flora Blooms Once Again
Seeing Finland Through the Trees