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Monitor Archive for January 19, 1994

New, Safer Designs Reduced L.A. Damage, Engineers Say
EVENTS
Clinton Has No Need To Woo US Military
Atlantic City Seeks Life Beyond Gambling
Key Russian Reformer, Fyodorov, Resigns
Changes at the Kirov Opera Mirror Russia
Government, Rebels Begin Dialogue In Southern Mexico
Notes on the Media
CORRECTION
Hungarians `Welcome to Stay' in Vojvodina
Punta Arenas: Old Frontier In a New Chile
THE NORTHERN LIGHTS PACK 'EM IN
Computer Speedup Is Just a Chip Away
`New Kind of Newspaper' Teeters in Britain
Master Storyteller in Fresco
Energy Chief O'Leary Wins West Coast Kudos With Her `Roadshow'
Trees Aid Biosphere Balance
Bearer of the World's Hopes
South Africans Gear Up for `Liberation Day'
Canadian Retailers Brace For Wal-Mart's Arrival
Corruption Proves Costly to Businesses In the Philippines
Canada Hires Asian Police to Counter Credit Card Fraud
Waiting on God
Californians Pull Together To Rebuild After Quake
Alaskans Campaign to Change
Opposition Duel Spices Canada's Politics
Marilyn Horne Feted at Carnegie Hall
Gambling's Illusiveness
Hungarians `Welcome to Stay' in Vojvodina
Clinton and the Environment
Australian Bush Fires Devastate Wildlife, National Park Habitat
ACCOUNTING FIRMS GENERATE MORE JOBS
Picture This: A Living, Breathing Earth

EARTHQUAKE-HIT REGION DECLARED US DISASTER AREA
A Witty Novelist's Life in Letters
Italians Prepare for Vote Under Electoral Reform
Our Correspondent Meets the Vice President in Cyberspace
Restless Foreign Policy
Clinton Council Drafts Principles on Development
Central European Countries Cite Obstacles to Economic Integration
A Galloping French Rat