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Monitor Archive for November 30, 1995

EDITORIAL LETERS
Glory Days of Hip and Cool Are Revisited in New York
Skeptical Congress Accelerates Foreign-Aid Cuts
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO? ...
Congress Set to Reform How We Swap Ideas
Looking at the Facts
GRANDMA'S GINGERSNAPS
Fed Up With Rio's Rising Violence, Residents March to Force Action
Emphasis This Season Is On Easy Scholarship
Ex-EPA Head: Simplify Environmental Laws
French Directors Pursue Dark Urban Tales of Angst
Appeasing Quebec Proves Even Harder
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'Money Train' Attack
PAINTED SUGAR COOKIES
China Breathes Dragon Fire Over Taiwan's Parliament Vote
The Inspiration Found on High
Dances With Wild Horses
Rejection of the Status Quo Saturates Beat-Era Movies
Reform, Don't Repeal, Medicaid
News In Brief
A Little Ingenuity Goes a Long Way With Homespun Holiday Food Gifts
One Man's Crusade Against Tobacco Firms
It's About Time Dept.:
NAFTA Expansion Is Slowed, but Not Stopped
American GIs and NATO Face Unparalleled Chore in Bosnia
OUT ON VIDEO
Northern Exposure Puts City of Houston on Ice
ECONOMIC BRIEFS
Side Deal on Disarming IRA Pushes N. Irish Peace Ahead
Cookie Season: a Sweet Time for Little Bakers

Glorious New Book On Handmade Quilts
From Soviet Ash Heap, Russia's Reds Arise
CORRECTION
Grandmother Writes to Her Granddaughter Heart-to-Heart
WORDS OF NOTE
Communists Lead as Belarus Votes
Inspired And Defined By Home And Hearth
South Korea Elite Face Public Wrath as Probe Of Ex-Leaders Widens
CD REVIEW
Lost on Campus: Civility, Rational Debate
When the Bedtime Story Went on the Blink
Credit-Card Firms Find Eager Customers Behind Office Desks