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Monitor Archive for August 28, 1995
Jordan's King Plays Powerbroker in Mideast
Give Voice to Your Vision
Reflections in the Brass
China Shrinks Its Welcome Mat For Women's Meet
Normally Civil Swiss Take Off Their Gloves Over Joining EU
Students Take a Year Off To See the 'Real' World
Slave Game Prompts Suit
News In Brief
COLLEGES LURE STUDENTS WITH POSH AMENITIES
World Weather's Puzzling Signals
CHURCHES HOLD DEVELOPMENT BANKS ACCOUNTABLE
Colleges Step Up Marketing Efforts
Wallenberg and the Undelivered Letter
Delaying Summer's End
Ford Hopes Sales of Taurus Repay Development Costs
Ex-Soviet Kazaks Ready To Empower a Dictator
Kenya's Slipping Democracy Leads To an Attack on White Opponent
No More Room for Collard Greens on Lawmakers' Menu?
How On-Line Services Stack Up.
1996 Taurus Bucks Decade of Tradition: Will It Pay Off?
N.C. May Lose a 'Rose' It Uses to Woo Firms
The Great Dollar-Coin Debate
US Open Will Feature A Rekindled Rivalry And a Friendly One
Colombia's 'Elvis' Popularizes New Folk
Dry Spell Threatens to Put Northeast on Water Rations
In Plain English
Chesapeake Crabbers Feel Pinch
From E-mail to Internet: Wired To the World Via Computer
Boyish Energy Carries Elton John Concert
Changing the Plot