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Monitor Archive for November 26, 1986
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A warm van and a helping hand
Hopes, doubts vie as US girds to enforce new immigration law. Employer sanctions and amnesty are the key elements to be tested
Reagan tries to regain command with NSC purge. Firm action praised, but some are dismayed he was so ill-informed
Tangled web of arms, money. Did only one man know deal's full details?
Beirut west? L.A. seeks gang truce
Pitching in to help homeless. Volunteers comfort New York's dispossessed
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Three grand metropolitan capitals: the city as an urban artifact
West Bank: economic help
`The Community' becomes a reality in Europe
A weak Mozambique needs outside help
The real Reagan?
Thanksgiving in the capital
Gillette escapes takeover in a close shave, but the cost is high
Wall Street's '86 roller coaster: a thrill or a chill for you?
Sweets to swap. Tasty gifts: the secret's in the packaging
Sterritt elected to lead New York film critics group
Revival of `Front Page' packs plenty of punch
For amateur stargazers, December skies
More group discussion on `state of the visual arts'
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Are you a success?
US credibility hammered in Arab eyes by Iran deal. Reports could bolster Arab push for Soviet role in Mideast peace
India rolls out red carpet for Gorbachev. Visit seen as turning point in strengthening Indo-Soviet ties
Iraqi jets hit crucial Iranian oil terminal
Chinese nonchalant about party plan to overhaul their values
Salvador rebels adapt to long war with new strategy. They focus on getting civilian support and exploiting Duarte's problems for political gains
Exiles seek to spotlight rights abuses in Iran
Time to defuse fierce rivalries; Maryland's NFL connections
Thanksgiving with `Uncle Toby'
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