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Monitor Archive for October 31, 1994

Chinese Leader Aims To Console Seoul On N. Korea-US Pact
350-YEAR-OLD MATHEMATICAL GRIDLOCK MAY BE BROKEN
Dianne Wiest's Chutzpah Lands Her a Juicy Role
Why Billions of Mexican Pesos Should Be Redistributed
Ten Minutes in October
Reject Cynicism: Vote
Mozambique Poll Lauded As Results Trickle In
Don't Depend on Luck
When It Comes to Technology, All Schools Aren't Created Equal
Ralph Nader Fights `Power Structure' From the Inside
UN Military Mandate Expires in Somalia
Clinton to campaign in eight states
Brave New Banking World Brings Pitfalls
Fed Ready To Rain on Parade After US Elections
Issues Facing Children Spice Races From Arizona to Florida
Leaders Gather to Form Mideast Economic Bloc
EVENTS

Parents - primary caretakers

White House Attack May Aid Backers of Assault Weapon Ban
Recognize rights of Palestinians
The Days of One Job, One Career, Are Over
Vermont Campaigns Shake Incumbents
The Days of One Job, One Career, Are Over

How the Mighty May Fall In Year of the Angry Voter
Maryland's Dark-Horse Candidate Gives Party Machines a Scare
Self-Help for Bank Customers
Writers and Religion On Not-So-Close Terms
Innovative States Replace Monopolies With Competition
Mexico's Man Of Change Leaving With Mixed Legacy
Hot Mutual Fund Sales Are Starting to Cool
A Big Chill of a Spill: Workers Hack At Frozen Oil in Russia's Tundra
The US Jury System: of, by, and For the People, but Does It Work?
Risk, Payoffs on the Line
International Mediators Shift Focus From Bosnia to Croatia
American Telephone Companies Hunt For Gold in Digital Wireless
First Frost