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Monitor Archive for April 20, 1994

US Slips in Cutting Back On `Greenhouse Gases'
Uncle Emmanuel In the New World
Skinny Kenaf Cuts Into Tree-Based Paper Market
New Officers at Christian Science Church
S. Africa's Home-Grown Deal
Holding the Line Against Chaos
Fuentes's New/Old World Mirror
Mexican Domestic Events Slow NAFTA's Start-Up
THE POETRY of WITNESS
Business and Human Rights
Polish Politics Keeps Market Off Balance
Tiny Taiwan's Big Conservation Effort
`Middlemarch' Author Defied Conventions
Girl Meets Beast, Lives Happily Ever After
As Clinton Team Prepares Drafts, States Are Off, Running on Welfare
Residents, Cops, Even a Gang Pitch In for the Neighborhood
Dearth of Skilled Labor Leaves Firms Understaffed
Bad Shocks Teach Argentina Economics
Hopi Water Dispute Tests Federal Resolve on Protection
India Mulls End to Press Isolation
Fed boosts US interest rates
The Notebook of Uprising
Tiny Taiwan's Big Conservation Effort
MCI Seeks Cable-TV Partners
An Embarrassed Russia
Governor of Bank of Japan Is Low-Key on Recovery
Tax Inequities Stymie California
Jews Find Complex Ties With the New Ukraine
Vote in Huge Israeli Trade Union May Signal Wider Political Change
Buthelezi's Game
Whitewater and Civility
Buthelezi Agrees to Join South Africa Election
Fewer Toxic Chemicals Released Into the Air
`NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE' BUILDS YOUNG MOTHERS' SELF-RELIANCE
EVENTS
Bergman Turns to Screenwriting in `Sunday's Children'
Jury Selection Must Be Gender-Blind, Court Says
Macedonia Clouds Papandreou's US Trip
An Electronic Zap Can Pay Your Bills
Japanese Disinvest in US Real Estate
New Spin on Tracking Destructive Tornadoes
Clinton Aims To Break Up Chicago's Huge Public Housing
Sleepy US Bedding Market Pushes Pillowtex Overseas
Inkatha's Reluctant OK
Europe Seeks Coordinated Effort On Bosnia to Avert Catastrophe
Economic Hope Glows in Bridgeport
Cree Chief Wins Environmental Prize For Anti-Dam Effort

Canada and US Spar Over Wheat, As Ink Dries on GATT Agreement