Table of Contents, Dec 2 1985

COVER: Few agreements, little trust, but Reagan and Gorbachev keep trying 22 In high-ceilinged drawing rooms and before a blazing fire, for five hours alone and four with aides, the strong-willed superpower leaders strove and failed to define rules to keep U.S.-Soviet rivalry manageable. But their resolve to continue the dialogue in two future summits gives reason for hope. An inside report on their historic talks in Geneva. See NATION.

NATION: Behind the closed doors, scenes of warmth, candor and realism 16 If nothing else, the summit for a moment brought the collision of the two most powerful forces in history...

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