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Monitor Archive for November 25, 1986
Menotti's `Goya,' on Washington Opera stage, heads for TV
Thanksgiving Day: gratitude, prayer, and helping hands
Why Reagan did it
To what must fall
North Korea: Kim's grip
Extremism rends Jerusalem's fragile sectarian coexistence . Unprecedented duration of Arab-Jewish violence alarms city leadership
Scholar at the top
When Europe's old firebrands get together, the sparks can fly
Ileto: statesman and mediator
Loss of ethics?
Kronos Quartet shows it specializes in just about everything
Reagan can still make breakthroughs in Mideast, arms talks
State welfare officials tie big price tag to their reform proposal. They share goals with White House but ask up-front funding
Visits from families rare for Soviets in US. Relatives' organization presses for freer travel under Helsinki pact
Searching for realistic policies to limit the world's nuclear arsenal
Salvador Army polishes its image. Gaining civilian trust is part of Army strategy to win civil war
Texans with a hot-selling hot sauce find competition hot, too
Polarized Philippines. Defections on far left and right heighten Aquino's need to hold on to politcal center
Philippines: Cory Aquino acts
News In Brief
Visions of the arms control future. The Soviets' `star wars' dread
Phi Beta Kappa may hold key for Bills; league faces decisions
Sarah Josepha Hale lobbies for a holiday
Effort needed to strengthen America's scientific muscle
Small greeting-card firm has a sympathy note for Hallmark
Symbolism, substance make Gorbachev trip to India significant
Alone on a holiday?
Iran-arms affair backbiting hits George Shultz. Charged with disloyalty to Reagan; staff shake-up coming?
United States politics, December 1986
Thanksgiving was a bridge
Seoul, mecca for bargain hunters
Farm lender falls on hard times
In paperback: Raban novel, Barr on Cubism, Weil anthology
Pause for thought
Can the `city that works' clear smoke from mayoral politics?
Anti-Americanism among S. Africa whites grows. Smoldering sentiment that US should leave Pretoria to pursue its own style and pace of race reform is...