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Monitor Archive for October 23, 1995

For Natalie Merchant, There's Plenty of Life After Singing With 10,000 Maniacs
Veto Power
Latin America's Soldiers: Still a Political Force
Footsteps After the March
Smooth Apple Cider Brings Sweet Success

If TV Networks Are Dinosaurs, Then This Is Still the Jurassic Age
GOP Charge up Capitol Hill Pivots on Two Budget Votes
A Dogged UN Judge Propels 'the Real Trial of the Century'
Pen-Computers Find Niche Market
Paper Made Cheaper and Cleaner
Welfare on the Cheap: Sweden Nibbles at Taxes

Castro Warms Latin Leaders As US Chills
Georgians Go out on A Limb to Save a Tree
Israel Could Gain Ground By Exiting South Lebanon
Beatles Make History Once Again
Fourth-Grader Wins His Way to World Series
US Shows Russia NATO's Nice Side
The UN: Time for Reform
Patience
Miami Ice: Freon Smuggling Rivals Contraband in Drugs
CBS Is on the Ropes, But Analysts Are Optimistic
The Riches Of Fall's Forest Floor
Labor Slugfest Over Reviving Lost Clout
How to Find a Job When You Have One
GEOGRAPHY TEST SHOWS 70 PERCENT OF AMERICAN CHILDREN HAVE BASIC GRASP OF SUBJECT
Championing UN Causes
Jesse Jackson: Racism, Not Race, Is the Problem
News In Brief
Iraq Blossoms Briefly, But Petals Fall Fast
A Jazzy Introduction to Concerts
Anniversary (Report) Card
US, Japan Fret Over Protests