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Monitor Archive for August 8, 1994

No Lawyer Bashing At Lawyers' Bash
Always in Our Right Place
A Portrait of Renaissance Medals
Christopher in Syria on Mideast Shuttle Diplomacy
Young `Scientists' Bubble With Discovery
US, N. Korea Resume Nuclear Negotiations
Behind US-Canada Fishing Flap
HOUSE INVESTIGATORS TAKE AIM AT WEST'S TAXPAYER SUBSIDES
`Zapatista Woodstock' Links Rebels, Students, and Community Groups
New Counsel Gives Case Of Whitewater New Life
Keep Funding Research

Ethnic Tensions Test Opposition To Nigerian Military Regime
UN Plan to Rebuild Sarajevo Runs Into Endless Obstacles and Turf Battles
Honing Speaking Skills Makes Executives More Effective Leaders
How Events Play Out in Nigeria Will Affect Africa - and the US
A CHINATOWN OF CONTRADICTIONS; THE NEW YORK NEIGHBORHOOD SEE THE SUCCESSES, STRAINS OF A RAPIDLY GROWING COMMUNITY.
US Audit Flags Gap in Nation's Nuclear Safety
Alaskan Towns Settle Claims With Exxon For Cleanup
States Face Downturn In Lottery Revenue
EVENTS
Trial Consultants Active Behind Courtroom Scenes
CONCLUSIONS DRAWN
Weak Market Tied to Clinton's Low Popularity
Gambling-House Geese May Be Laying Fewer Golden Eggs to Fill State Coffers
Fractured French
Rights Violations Abound in a Haiti Devoid of Monitors
Solzhenitsyn in Moscow: A Slavophile Out of Time?