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Monitor Archive for July 15, 1994

Charting a Course With North Korea
Haiti Invasion `Option' Splits US Lawmakers
Base Law on Data, Not Unproven Allegations
Trade Could Be a Tool To Prod Guatemala
Timeout on Health Care
Poems of a Feather
South Koreans Feel Unexpected Regret
FREEZE FRAMES
Start From Today
Filling the Future's 500 TV Channels
Base Law on Data, Not Unproven Allegations
Majority of New Jobs Are Managerial or Professional
Two Shillings' Worth Of Scottish Soccer
In Better Economy, State Debt Burdens Become Less Heavy
Socialism's Failure Haunts `SLAVS!'
The Playwright Relishes Politics
Israel, Jordan to Begin Serious Peace Talks

Poems of a Feather
Poems of a Feather
New Leader of US Governors Sees Bipartisanship on Issues
Baby Boomers' Coming Quandary: Big Bucks
The Fed Stands Alone As Recession Rescuer
WORTH NOTING ON TV
AFTER RETAILING LOSSES TO MALLS, ART COLLEGE LEADS DOWNTOWN REVIVAL
Don't Wait for Customers to Visit Drive the `Office' to Their Home
PORTLAND
TEAM SPIRIT AND THE SEA DOGS COME TO PORTLAND
You Don't Need Stats to Love Soccer
EVENTS
Future of the Palestinian Struggle
Israel-PLO talks can't erase past
One-Stop, Computerized Government Has Arrived
State Training Programs: Old Idea Gets New Boost
Rwandan Rebels Seek to Reassure Hutu Majority as Thousands Flee
The Myriad Measurements Of Mexican Voter Sentiment
US compass points to change
Fall Races for 36 Governor Seats Will Test Depth of Voter Ire Toward Incumbents
Study Finds Assassin Acted Alone In Mexico
Poems of a Feather