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Monitor Archive for June 13, 1995

'West Side Story' Gets Riveting Encore
Abused Women May Kill for Their Lives
How Japanese 'Reflect,' Not Apologize, on WWII
SPORTS NOTEBOOK
High minimum bbalances: a rip off
Germans Test Ties That Bind By Not Prosecuting Ex-Spies
Is It Wrong to Be Optimistic About The Environment?
Looking Back on a Summer Of Beautiful Athleticism
FRANCE'S TESTY PAST ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS
Gingrich and Clinton Play Well in Granite State
West Fails to Break Serb Hold On Sarajevo as Food Runs Low
The Bill and Newt Show
France's Finger on Button To Resume Nuclear Testing
Inching Toward Peace
Bosnia's Rapidly Changing 'Game'
No Phasers or Light Shows: Tiny Lasers Hone Efficiency
Better Batteries Are Key to Maintaining Portability in Laptops
Abused Women May Kill for Their Lives
WORDS OF NOTE
Study Finds That Work Strategies Yield Profits
Wilson Campaign Woes Fueled by Electric-Car Flap
Lord Owen Sticks With Serb President Milosevic to the End
New Orleans Finds Gaming Is an Urban-Revival Gamble
News In Brief
High Court Curbs Affirmative
The Honor Due His Story
Congress's Misbegotten Plan To Silence America's Voice
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Quebec's Separatists Unite to Seek Vote On Splitting Canada
A Special Friend
NE LIFE IN OLD ENGLISH VILLAGES
New York Cracks Down on Mail Menaces
Black Woman Founds a Bank'To Help Level the Playing Field'

Critic Wilson Held High Intellectual, But Not Personal Standards
Words From an 'American Hero'
Clinton's Character: Is It Really Not an Issue?
Profit or Plunder: States Weigh Casino Question