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Monitor Archive for November 6, 1986
Shultz and Shevardnadze stand firm on superpower positions. Two likely to discuss `star wars' privately
Reagan will have tougher time shaping his legacy
Danish expert takes the bite out of mail carrying
This woman thrives in a `man's world' at State
Democrats return to fold, deliver Senate to party. But Nov. 4 results give GOP several reasons not to despair
Free-lance terrorism undercuts Syria
Black history as seen in a theatrical flight of fancy
Does government's pornography report pass the `obscenity' test?
Strong casting brightens Met season
Denuclearizing US foreign policy
US voters tended to base choices on less-than-global issues. SOUTHEAST.
Two women who were good writers, good friends
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Tax-exempt YMCAs criticized for imitating ritzy health clubs. Do $800 fees, fancy equipment conflict with community image?
Tennessee teams not exactly waltzing; storybook TD pass play
Ham on wry, the Ridiculous specialty
US dilemma: Free hostages without rewarding terrorism
US voters tended to base choices on less-than-global issues. NORTHEAST.
Pressures from overseas pushing US to let banks add broker's role
Anti-Arafat feelings rise among activists - some see PLO split
US voters tended to base choices on less-than-global issues. MIDWEST
Explaining the facts of Life. Fiftieth anniversary of a publishing legend
News In Brief
Learning to live - and to paint - as a family
When the maid and the cook work for the KGB
US voters tended to base choices on less-than-global issues. MOUNTAIN WEST.
The Democratic comeback
Two top tap troupes: for the millions, or the hundreds
Argentina launches diplomatic offensive to counter British claim
US voters tended to base choices on less-than-global issues. PACIFIC STATES.
Agony and ecstasy of foreign students
Monthly for Southerners, by Southerners. Small staff aims to produce a regional magazine that succeeds
How the referendums fared. Fiscal limits pass, bans on abortion funding lose among vote issues
`Instant replay' and the quest for a perfect world
Making Donald a Peking duck
Modern forms and tender words
Democrats not planning Senate revolt. Spokesmen for new majority indicate midroad approach