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Monitor Archive for February 7, 1994

School Program Fills Churches With Music
Britain Set to Offer New Peace Proposals In Northern Ireland
To a Hometown Crowd, Nancy Is Already a Winner
Facing Multiple Elections This Year, Germany's Kohl Seeks Labor Peace

Separate but Equal: Plessy Meets Tessie
Ukraine Sends Mixed Signals On Participation in Arms Accord
Indian Arts for a Contemporary World
US Beefs Up Border Patrol After Protests From States About Costs of Immigration
More African Kids Take to the Streets
US and Japan Continue Trade Wrangling
The Smoke of Canadian Politics
Teamsters President Seeks More Democracy
Space Shuttle Helps Locate All `Little Junk' In Orbit
God's All-Embracing Arms
ACLJ VS. ACLU: BATTLING ACRONYMS
Fishermen Say New Restrictions Will Force Them to Scale Back
Opera Singers' Dreams Collide With Reality At National Auditions
Fed's Attempt to Nip Inflation Signals Move to Restrain Economy
Teamsters' Head Continues Crusade Against Corruption
Don't Permit US-Japan Relationship to Sour
How Other Rights Groups View the ACLJ
Information Superhighway: Keeping Access Open to All
Resolve Crown Heights
Major's Minor Key
EVENTS
Sarajevo Shelling Prompts New Calls for Intervention
Ned Rorem Unveils His Latest Work - For English Horn
China's Military Grapples With Conversion
Two Top Texas Leaders Tested By Ethics Charges
Religious Right Fights for Rights
Japan Coalition Partners Agree To Economic Package
As US Ends Embargo, American Firms Race For Market Share