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Monitor Archive for September 20, 1994

Shoring Up the Future Of Vermont's Old Barns
False Toughness
FINE PRINT OF US-HAITI AGREEMENT ON TRANSITION
BOOKS IN BRIEF
Enough Good for Everyone
What Haiti Can Teach
Michigan Governor's Race Draws Highly Distinct US Political Lines

Why invade Haiti?
`Clinton Bashing' And the Liberal Press
An economic trade imbalance
Exxon Will Appeal $5 Billion Penalty For 1989 Oil Spill
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Haiti Situation Is Unlikely to Affect Financial Markets Long-Term
Saiki Bids to Be Hawaii's First Woman Governor
Lock 'Em Up Legislation Means Prisons Gain Clout
Syria Ponders the Olive Branch
The Time Is Ripe For a Revamped Cucumber Harvester
Fans of Country and Blues Never Had It So Good
China's Media: Far From Free and Open
EVENTS
Third Candidate for N.Y. Governor's Race
McRae Gets Un-Royal Treatment; Ohio Football Revisited
Apple Decides to Sell Software Technology: Too Little, Too Late?
Act Now and Build a Coalition To Bring North Korea in Line
Clinton Runs Political Risks in Haiti
Clinton's Showdown Diplomacy Has Limits
A Showplace for Restored Farm Buildings
Weighing the Benefits Of an Unequal Society
China's Media: Far From Free and Open
Corporation's Expenses Keep Growing and Growing
Haitian Americans in New York Divided Over Pact
Pro-Democracy Parties Capture Lead in Hong Kong Elections
The Buried Treasure of Sea Turtles
Gun Sales Skyrocket Along With Crime Rates In Russia
Bosnian Army Chief Presses Case for Lifting Embargo
US Troops Land on Haitian Soil; Islanders Disappointed by Pact
Homer's `On the Spot' Renderings
Economic Woes Lead Swedes To Oust Center-Right