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Monitor Archive for November 17, 1995

The Only Debt
APEC Urged to Examine Dark Side of Free Trade
ABC's 'Beatles Anthology' Delivers Poignant Account
Computer Industry Plans To Serve 'a Million Grannies'
Indian Artifacts Are Headed Back Home
INTO BOSNIA'S KILLING FIELDS
FEDERAL SHUTDOWN DEVASTATES D.C. TOURISM
CORRECTION
Top Bosnian Serbs Indicted For Massacre
Open-Seat Season in the Senate
WORTH NOOTING ON TV
Lowering the Rice Barrier to Free Trade in Asia
Longest College Winning Streaks
A Dawn Trip In the Heartlands
Now Worth Surveying: Wealthy Female Bosses
HEISMAN TROPHY CONTENDERS
Gaming's Number May Be Up In Louisiana Governor's Race
Modest Bentley's Brash Achievement
Florida Straw Poll Could Put GOP Ducks in a Row
Shying Away From News
How Closing Government Doors Strikes the American Public
How Closing Government Doors Strikes the American Public

ECONOMIC BRIEFS
Growling at Asian Tigers
Dad's Fedora
'American President' Pays Tribute to Capra
Korea's Most Famous Prisoner, Roh
WORDS OF NOTE
THE FRIDAY CROSSWORD
FREEZE FRAMES
Criminal Records Become a Big Issue On College Campus
Northwestern: Once Mild, Now Wild
Israel's New Leader Seeks Dialogue With Right, Pushes Peace
Massacres in Bosnia and 'the Hypocrisy of Governments'
News In Brief