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Monitor Archive for May 3, 1995

Episcopal Church Chases Misused Funds
Ireland Will Remain A Divided Country Unless Ulster Citizens Decide Otherwise
Britain's Left Takes New Role: Guardian Of the Pocketbook
Two Soldiers at War's End
Little Taiwan Begins to Roar, Irritating Its Big Neighbor
Facing Russian, Nazi Soldiers in the Woods
US Shipyards Seek Business From Japanese Competitors
About Adventuring
Broadway's Tony Award Season Gets Its Power From High-Voltage Stars
'Death Star' TV Plan Riles Canadian Politics
The Still, Small Voice
An American in Paris Offers Advice to Expats
'Hot Talk' Radio Stirs San Francisco Airwaves
Reconciliation in Torn Rwanda Set Back After Camp Massacre
UN States Try to Curb Organized Crime
France's Far-Right Wins Converts, Plots Big Future
Up Dragon's Teeth Mountain
A Visit to Gettysburg
Hopes for Mideast Peace
The Basics of 'Basic Law' and Other Lingo
New Battles Risk Wider Balkan War
Iqbal Masih's Life -- a Call To Human Rights Vigilance
Ireland Will Remain A Divided Country Unless Ulster Citizens Decide Otherwise
A NEW CENTURY THROUGH THE EYES OF ROBERT MUSIL
Washington Juggles Medicare Hot Potato

Expropriation of Arab Land In Jerusalem Threatens Peace
WITH PRAYER AND FASTING, RELIGIOUS LEADERS PUSH FOR ABOLITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
New Translation Spotlights Austrian Author's Greatness
David Chu Helps Hong Kong Pass From Britain to Beijing
IUS should show more respect to Arabs
The Moon Cat
WORDS OF NOTE
Camera cops succeed at catching violators
News In Brief
Remember Croatia?
Frontier Sheriff of the Information Age
Nation's Largest 'Manhunt' Produces Arrests and Debate