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Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
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Over his many years of writing, Pete Hamill has had three great loves: journalism, New York City and boozing it up. As he explained in "A Drinking Life" (1995), he gave up booze, but, as he proves so artfully in his latest novel, "Tabloid City," his love for the first two burns as fiercely as ever.
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