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Monitor Archive for April 4, 1994

Berlusconi's Allies Haggle Over Italy's Government
At Quake's Epicenter, A College Climbs Back
Marketing to Attract the Best and Brightest
After a Big Arkansas Win, Clinton Goes Back to Work
Japan's `Real' Jobless Rate Could Soon Exceed US Level
US to Expand Tornado-Warning System
Israel's Painful Search For Answers After Hebron
Business Schools Scrambling to Stay Current
Indian Tribes Split Over Official US Protection
China Stiffens Stance On Dissidents, Even As US Reviews Trade
Israel Captures Leader Of Radical Settler Group
It's Spring ... And New York State's Budget Is Late Again
Italy's Rightward Move
Township in Natal Braces For South African Vote
London Press Lines Up Against a Faltering Prime Minister Major
Sculptures Carved Of Space
Golden State Lawmakers Consider Harsh `One Strike' Anti-Crime Bill
France Decides to Pay Companies to Hire Youths
Opening Day
Pop Artist Exceeds 15 Minutes of Fame
Roe v. Wade in Historical Context
Gaza: There Is No Peace Process Here
Mideast Peace Plan Moves Ahead, but Path Is Rocky

Trying Too Hard?
Despite US Pressure, India Remains Cool
Warhol Films Return to Screen After 20 Years out of Circulation
Milk Dispute Reaches High Court
Albright Jabs Sudan Officials For Ongoing War in South
Dreams and Dreamers: A Springtime Message
Economy Fine, Jobs Growing, But Markets Are Reeling
Congress From Soup to Nuts
Retiring Chancellor Reflects on Changes
More Than a Year After Taking Office, Clinton Finally Steps Up Appointments
Croatian Truce Tests Peace Plan