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Monitor Archive for January 31, 1994

Why Clinton Softens Stance On Nuclear Testing Ban
Insiders' Science Novel Slips Into Stereotypes
The Monitor's New Look
Making Choices for Our Children
World's Sidewalk Styles Top 'Catwalk' Fashions
Overhaul in Japan
The Morning Nudge Out of Bed
Public Radio: Don't Touch That Dial
America tops half-million elected officials
Smoke Alarms Push Better US Record In Home-Fire Safety
Divided Loyalties

Expressing Patience
San Francisco's Superlatives Turn Super Bowl Triumph Into a Romp
News In Brief
Trade, Rights, and Law
Foes Become Friends Over Electricity Deregulation
In China's Rush to Riches, It Tries to Curb Child Labor
Democracy Pays a Price in the Philippines

PLO and Israel Near A Deal To Implement Peace Accord
Mum's the Word On Environment
Welfare and the States
Fishing With My Furry Best Friend
Picking Mutual Funds On Pretax Ranking Could Be Misleading
US Needs Fresh Approach to Nuclear Energy
The Mystique Of a President
Belarussian Sees US Students Missing Opportunities
Clinton's Thin Win in '92 Won't Make or Break His Tenure
Saving Billions While Protecting Natural Resources
Skeptical Britain Raises Drawbridge Against Drive for a United Europe
The Changing Status Of the Predator In the American West
Texas Frames Tort Debate: A Just Consumer Weapon, Or a Lawyer's Meal Ticket?
Air Canada and Canadian Airlines Agree to Break Longtime Stalemate
Indian Carriers Lose Funds

Few Secrets Kept From Mail Marketers
CRUISING THE SHOPPING MALL FOR A BETTER EDUCATION
Winning Streak
Against the Budget Amendment
Democrats Line Up Hard Hitting Defense Against GOP Contract
EVENTS
Governors Press for Relief On Costs for Illegal Aliens
Clinton's Stance on Bosnia Jabbed by Congress, Serbs
Players With Altitude Have Problems With Attitude, Some Say
Mapping Ocean's Surface Yields Data On Global Warming
A Long and Legendary Trail of Broadway Bloopers
GOP May Have to Ax Pentagon
Maine Sea-Urchin Boom Faces a Prickly Future
Study Finds Boys Attend School More Than Girls
Unemployed find renewed spirituality