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In These Times
, May 14, 1986 Issue
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May 14, 1986
The Inside Story
Dominican Vote Promises Little
by David B. Bray and Martin F. Murphy, p. 2 -
In These Times
Building on Divestment Chic
by Salim Muwakkil, p. 3 -
by Rachel Sternberg, p. 4 -
Anti-Nuke Cloud Settles on East Coast
by Sharon Tracy, p. 4 -
Animal Rights Workers Camp Out at NIH
, p. 4 -
New Directions for the Democratic Left
by John B. Judis, p. 5 -
Justice Scaled Down in Tucson Verdict
by Dennis Bernstein and Connie Blitt, p. 6 -
Miskito Exodus II
by William Gasperini, pp. 7-8 -
Refugees Endure a Violent Sequel
At the Tokyo Summit Reagan Mobilizes the Rich vs. the Poor
by Diana Johnstone, p. 9 -
Reagan's Sanitizers Still Seek Contra Aid
, p. 10 -
, p. 10 -
by Lawrence Kootnikoff, p. 11 -
Ashes and Diamonds
by Alexander Cockburn, p. 12 -
Le Carre's Flawed Perfection
by Paul Skenazy, p. 13 -
A Perfect Spy, by John le Carre
A Perfect Spy
by John le Carre
Art & Entertainment
by Steve Perry, pp. 14-15 -
by Carole Collins and Steve Askin, p. 16 -
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