100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 05, 1971 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Litton:Ali` Generations- May Learn 'Frain :

Recur

Arisiistiifi-Rdcord


Panacea.vttiik Fielt1P4R.J.-
- ---."-L..--- 13ra fiieridS,7
`Anti

PY Ph lip



of

-;,

With;
_
Judging...the dead---and as a rule one does not; •FrIMIL:P1111411i;11111
-
apeak 1114d , dead--the record 'of a distinguished statesman's public
• -
their nkiers..nhOuld .,
it.4"-.`and'.-1de-kvW.SS'aS110SsAhlit:
-. life Can not be kept us secret iOthedoctiniente he usually hides from::- : lyie'Eddier-4110.1 1101* 7011111111:4eat
. •''f --: --------:;i:',--;,‘,-'j-- ' - '- "i -,''..
---, ... .....learn;..frOint-hiateki antil."iitot 14 ,:deliatrid-,ne .viiiiiiirlee- fk j-7--.v,i,''4: ;''7 --...-'1, "---;',P.--Y"':=-
.
...• --...
-.
.-. - . - .
- • public notice. -- - .
- •
,-:"
The
sheOldhave'Adullii1lhedevevet-'
Vixisertenei
'WU
thefrlint
.ebtiVand.
.
tfrandOakehtd.
tentarY
is
.,„

.
_
Vuth bait been - "written '.. atiOut Dean "whet-my ant be iiiii-:beeir
hailed as The Death. Nothing- Itas-beett saleabout'hts bad record in ifeaereuend -111411:iikeve...--have bee/C.fahe'lloPee'lla"the -!nutergmseeInt .greatf-ntielal4attateit ..ffirtinglliffecial7! -:;--
-_
- -'-' - - f--4--i."-; --"-"•-•;'"-'' '''''-'•-"'-'-'-'-''' '''• '
• dealing with the-Mid East and especially his -attitudes 'towardisraeLidei-dur Ce eldhddldlt-
: 10':delve..the ills -Or'all~'Pealslerx-- rn±t-'''''-'-'''''''
-
As a matter. of fact, .1t- is surprising that 'President -Truman,. who - I ' It • was 'this,- - false bope that - - catisednian-F-.its-Jewildirranks--to denounce"-.Zionism in.the:eart.d. Years:. ,
their .=":"
- loi,
i,
Mt
gave Mr. Acheion- so .much prestige . by --- chboiiing him as his secretary of the miovementtaintrUggies for recognition and;e
tlf.41al&it':
eler--lbe:heirlials
,wei*
ted
' 1371;_
lest
. iiheraiS in Russia andPoland and ,during .. thee, ..
of state, was not infldenced by the Acheson. antizIsrael. feelings,'
Mr. Acheson maybe , talked more after he retired- from - the-State ".' ' " The. imst -riessg'IS' he''''reccst10:-Am'cil4uelt4es :are the iluilidan''ancthe.IP°Iish" Jews ' .-Weretain: '-
Department than he did during his years of holding the highest ap- great hope for the former because- so many- of them -*tie Jjetheiecteouingertor rebnl against: pre j udices
pointive office in the land. But he did talk-against Israel! So much so -and-are demanding , their-Just rights,,- as .AWeatitY:.11tat- mast have ffeedeM. - to--"adhere. to their cultural
that in our column on Oct. 13; 1987, ,we - found it necessary t o write . and • spiritual heritage as well as -access : to a:, road .of ..their. own`. in establithing :residence' wherever
about him as a "bearer of ill tidings,. spreader of 'ill • willvis.amo , they choose - for most of • those who.are rebelling it ' ii ,Itte,road,tor'Hiod:-. ,..•-..- -- 7:. -- - -.1.."...- -,:•- . ...,..---= -
- :b:Stall
It is the Polish Jew who provides-us,Mith: the-: most :Writes:les-son not
- into a - trap - (1r-false
.
.
-
Israel, as follows:
havOnxiabandonour -heritage in-search.
A new Daniel tame to judgment on the University -of- Michigan- campus -last hopes from preferred panaceas . by social architects
week Dearing W .
Its. Weaning new messages of hate, revealing anew- how for jestme,
-
-
-
'
.
-
,
- - -- - :-'••• - - - - ---"- - - "-
opposition to the libertarian movement to end Jewish homelessness has for years
met with opposition in our State Department and how a lack of proper informs-
• Two brothers--Anmartin-Michel *Wee anit-Edgaid Brolde , . ": who are notv.1ii -Dopenhigeo; 'among
um and isnorsore or history limit has caused men in -public life who should the fortunates who have -escaped from Poland and "whoitiivenhosen. to-writelreely,:and: fearlessly, have.
know better to beme
f
the enemies of Israel.
Dean Acheson. or secretary of state ender President Truman. War un. told the story that applies to -the Polish- JeWish education. They are eloquent in: an article•thaf appeared :
doubtedly be shocked to hear himself described in sure harsh terms. But that's in the New - York Times under the. beading - -"The Plight of Leopold - TrePPer" (their;..father),.. • . •-
what he has earned for the "off the record" views that have' been publicized.
. :"... , .
: - subhead this quotatioh -from :their- appeal:
The NY Times selected as a
They are undoubtely views that motivated certain attitudes that stood in the way

of common decency in the Middle East and postponed peace.•Thel are attitudes
"OiariAtaresiti• only wish now is to be reunited: with their_family: in krael..3! :: . -
which to this very day prolong amity among the people In the Mediterranean
Their
,
eloquent
appeal
for
their
aging
parents-a
;.
plea.
_that-is
both
,:zin
expose
of
the
Polish •
area. If it were not obstructions resulting from a lack of knowledge. about history
.
. -
-_ - ------.„; . J.:- -,_
'an
ill.- couple ---'stittes: • -
In that area as wen as from unquestioned prejudices against Jewish aspirations. regime: as Well et--a.o..idl to action . in defense of
.
.
.
• .,
there would have been no need to retaita large armies, existing boundaries Would
••• .
have been inured and the low standards of the peoples in states-neighboring on ' 'copENHAGEN - ..4-
: sad,
-
. Our parents application to the new government -:::people of many- nationalities
Israel would have been uplifted. It is the obstacles placed in the path of seekers -
"alien*. -and "politely" is not yet answered although they; of various - politlear. Views; ...What:. -
of peace that Is responsible for the lowering of the standards- among Arabs, the are he
perpetuation of their poverty and illiteracy, the injection among them or hatreds brought to the verge of death, :and submitted it almost two months - milled-the& wis:„ .thele,katand=for.. -
that could be wiped out U the Acheson' of the _past 20 or- more
re years. had
-
- .:
. --.•: - .. : .fitichilth'fbn•-ftither
• --:-
fitkettibil
labored for proper un derstanding instead of encouraging obstructions. - - • Only' act i v e ,And Immediate inter- ago,
- - - • -.
- --_,
- - life .
it was to have been an off-the-record -report about Acheson having g vention of world public ophtion can • Our father blames only. himself 7 dozens: if - • -- , :He - wa
s caught
been grilled for two hours by a group of about half a dozen students in Ann
,- .'htit managed " . to .-
for all the sufferings that have- by
them.
Arbor Acheson told the group that he didn't feel "the idea of a Jewish homeland
. - _ . . ,-, . .. _ - -' '
in the
e
a very wise idea the 20 Century. ' —
h e •som of -.Leopold Tree: been inflicted on him. He says he - escape:After, thewar, - be'eame to
__ We, '-t
',the
When—Mr. Acheson—would it have been okay Daring the M
iddle. Ages_ knit mpg. (alliti:s.Leihar.HOilib); -and - o f must pay for the mistakes made the Sov iet- Union ' iiip
-ent
, great
.
....
. big•
-
the Crusades when Jews were burned in their synagogues; or during the pogroms - --
• - - 'appreciation loo- Blir.tisigitthe serv-
- niltfflall by him in his youth.
in Russia, or through the centuries when there was not a - foothold for Jews any:, Luba Brojde-Doak
where? And, since Acheson spoke of the 20th Century, he could not have meant responsibility for , our words. that .III the early twenties, as a yoUng,. -leek; Instead, he was thrown into
the Hitler era during which Six Million were murdered. It is certain: npertain
there
-6 of the - we :. poor Jew from Poland,- he came to prigil`aid. I-pent - tea -years = there.
nor his associates rut much of anything to Sive: that' remnant and they
y .aDOtiler: 331.410k oe -liv
.
would not have provided a homelaisd for those -who , could have been- rescued!, -our. paiesiticalie: etinipelled-.-WleW regard Marxism as Il• theory that Only...Stalin's. death liberated

.

-

.

Acheson must have done a lot of tatildng
- the 'rec°i'"ince
It -_
is --. :usr ••• -thi,'
,-I . iiii(2.wilt.
result
bring about social justice 'Ile witeAdadleatett-hY. ;the
- - the-Sorlet
on the record in the Detroit News report which- °If
stated:_,-
--
• ..,,
' paled
_ ,,,, __,
.,____,
., -- „___,:
_„,..,r_„__,.._
• lit:',--E,clUld
-- - -.,___..,
can understand
very
wen
muff racial- equality to all, includ- -"authorities. _Ills limPrisonment _Was
ll the
grearfeeling
.of injustice tae - Arabs nave," 'newilbat-sime,:mnosak4seasec assitak:
.
he ld a ut 2 ,S00 stude nts and f aculty em
mrs.
b
e
tY
Though
Though the state of Israel 7 as becten e es tablished, Acheson said the for our 6 -year-old. father, and in ing Jews, the longest suffering Oa- 'attributed teriStaiiit'e..
Arabs who lived in what Is now Israel for 2,000 years should: not have been :Another nervous breakdown for our tion in the world. He became . a --cnit:',. When he-Wat-cistlitttii:' the
displaced on grounds that Jews lived there 2,025 years ago. ',... - . - • - ' • '. • . ' -: xq_-,,,.;,,L4
•■ ,',„;
consistent
and
fervent
partisan
of
-
Soviet.
prison
lie
was$46:yeari
Old.
mother.
The main problem facing Israel now Is deciding what tot10 with mad -----,-- ----"7
. '''';;:' '' -:

More.
than- a.-..Year - ago 'nue', par- that theorgy. He took part in the '11e -WaS - released a4Cyttarnbl'in-
occupied during the war and how to - handle the people in-this -territory:

This is where both the ignorance and the Prejudice enters: If Acheson had • ents' 0014 to the Polish: govern- workers' States in the Poland of valid.-Ifedld-not'see-bia itife-aid
. -
studied history properly be would have known that Jews never left the Holy
'• 15,' ,#eam - 4 -.but he
--
av e= Po- the twenties and was imprisoned noUnfor.'.almost
Land, that they retained their residence there even if in small grouns in Jemsa- meat for"7"Perinission to le leav
km and In Tiberias and in Sated. And their foothold has hems .firm in their tend - for Israel.: As al result of for that. He emigrated to Israel;- remained 'n Taiiinittnist. , Stallniem
prayers and in prophecy. The former secretary of state . should read his' Bible .„_ • •
ks;
Ilion,-.1i.
tranalent .-disease.
-
Trepfier
nearly
succeeded
in
organizing
the
..
was;--
IntigOld.:,
-
application::
again and should turd to historic facts.. nem find the mots of Pronto. Israel In tms
Israel and he will find that mostly there were nomads among Arabs who came' was; expelled -troin'thO:Vorlionnist Jewish-Arab union called "Unite:: -- We, .the- sons of Leopold -Trip- •
to destroy what had been built. And as an important figure in U. •S. affairs he ,'
---
Per,
state
With
MI
- responsibility
that would struggle - for independ-
may have learned that Jews came to what was Palestine, before Israel, to re- Part,' .which he •-• seesed 7-4ai -ideal" _ .„.
build against great odds what Arabs had ruined !
istically 45 years. illi. three :sons , enee .ot„Palestine, and was ins- -fur - our words, that if our Whet.
And a high price was paid for every inch of land Jews,acouired. The-absentee '
-
ned:by
the British.
,---- dies' of--another- heart. failure - or
as a - result
_
_ ...- of
..,. -th e -_,..r .„, - fividie
-
- -
Arab landlords who gained materially from the Jewish settlement in, the .Holy: 'left _ .Poland
Land are the ones who oppressed the messes of • their kinsmen: they were the. anu-semitic eampatge-.-,:--umeatnee-. - " '- Lilte-lOanY other Western Cam- if.Our mother suecuMbs to another
effendis among the Arabs who created sufferimrs among the fellaheen !" Yet', By: the GoinulkaMecur Sot
-
have
not
the
slightest
nertous breakdown. all:the: bbune
_t,jtitunistivwho
.
ernaien
Acheson spoke of injustice to Arabs! .He whir did nothing to help end - JeWills - , ____
- '' ' .

knowledge of Russian realities he - fOr ell isill fall . oa
. theaear Glereh•
suffering and to provide have
ns for Jews who escaped the crematoria now talks, in IMF/.
about territorial rights! What about the sacred right of a piece of sacred land • At present. our parents live . in thought the Soviet Union to be an JairolMwics-goternmeat. Our:par-I
atonemnt
e
by Men.
l as a territorial adjstment
u
for t he
people of the Bibe
s
of
social
eats'
kind
aJewish
kind for the centuries of wsfferings_kliposed uncut - the
/merl e? We won- a
of askama-Theirlelelibale-- embodiment of his ideal
--411*-;',:adslls:"--°°*:
is to
be- ire.--
der if. it isn't useless to pose this qttestiOn - now to a man who dares. -at tides. ta . --tapped,. -,time- ..jettere: perused.- and - racial Justice. He even sent : intr
:.-9 W
fanditi
l za„Is4e1
o „...b klheiine,,tbek
bf Israel, _‘___. ,,____ -,____ , id_.:__,...__ : odes, ;ids _ sees te be brought up, there; .86 , ,
time, after international rights have been granted for sovereignty
last os
a r VWPW or -.:
through the United Nations and with the approval of our essernment, .to .thnt . and th ey k aro, er

a gents „
about injustice to Arabs while ignoring basic rights to Jewry I . •
go.".-They:..-Jiniind the-Second World War, be tbere:. -Waii-
- WiheirwalifAadicated -

It's unfortunate that these things have to be repeated,.but a public cannot feel "safe-in, their Owe flat. :agent:aid and led ' the -most: sue -for•slW',11#11-siaeo'lle• was-•50. Now
dark. If he has harmed Israel.... Their mat twa . applitadosa te-thei, -_ -ceseh d m
utest:mt_ intelligence nett 'he. hr t:im;-.4";',ohr44,\aMsg e=
servant's position cannot be kept in
it should be known. If he interfered with progress, the facts should . T Gamadhal-i000rwadat- tii, u,* tee._ work ht Europe:ma ergadoathdi , we appealtirwarld
lb*.
-.
sew
'
.The
Red
orchestre,ii:eonsisted : of ,..„.:holp sece---mw ,
joratd.....
worti....rot000tt
not be hidden. Perhaps the Acheson lesson will serve to prevent :

blunders by others.

.. .- _

.-

-...

--.

. _ _ •

- .

,
. of
This is an indictment 'af:false liberals and a confessional: as the. late Liege: Deuticber;"antither
.
' :, , '
' . the onetime misled - communiiitii,biti.said -a decade after. the Nazi .era:, if he and hit' fella* iiidcgonists
- .
How Sad the Role of Diplornatsl- •
Chore
Diplomats, legislators, jurists, men in public office have their had acted .,proPerl.f.'inr Support of - the Jewish libertarian (Zionist) --aPpeals, _hindredi :a --tkiiiiiiiiida-
_ . .. -
_
• Jews .might-havelmen' rescued from the clutches of the - Hitlerite'inurderert I,
.
. -
. .
-_ .
troubles galore.
the
ited-
a
fermer
CoMmunist,
David
Sfard,
who
emiltiated
to
Israel,
also
r
ec
:•:Jew,
Another
-Eiilish.
A report on divorces recently indicated that members of Con- -T , .

e • 0

0

gress have domestic troubles. They are constantly on the go, andstOrp-Of:erronsiindor'Communist guilt. Re knows whereof .he speaks when,. he:istates:,..: ,:f
their familial experiences are sad.
- - -- Why," then, did .the outburst of for the first time, aati-SemitIsm witit. very -fears. minePtions had al-
Even in the ranks of career men; there are frequent reporteo- offielal anti-Sendlism -: in Prised - was employed as the -main lever ways been Ziolista" at beart, and
about children who seldom see and know little about their fathers, mid. earn, as . such a tshockto Jewish.- to. power- in a Consnuudst State. agents Alf - foreign agates::
. ' .
divorces ensue because wives also see little a husbands. ,
- ' - -1 tommomt? -.- ' :-•:. --.,- - ' -- : '. While one faction of- the lthrtY • The Polish crisis caused a new
Men in public life often Save other problems, especially in
n„ ! The "warier _ uea.. taidatur . in (led by t he %ea Minister o f die, er featadda -,,adaw-tt., these whom • it
to superiors..
were
Mot u) was
th
phdieti:11/eY
_ away
: the- tag to. gate power_ dm the-trod. a . who , „ . like .,04,14, were
datto whe
ie t- : eaenrY
Another type of unpleasantness, and a.very unhappy one, hitibeen - -callinlim
..„ --aisodated
recorded in the apparent split between Arthur Goldberg anod his tormer3t,llost.,:erboe.on the
anti.Semii, witkAwsisis.,116e. -guadJedrIsla.
that -a ."stimulated wave -.
.. :.„ .edl
friend and superior officer, President LYndon B. o do to
,,_._ -,-the . more society 'ideimeini
, 1.ttrard
ethie-_- . .kos,•-fite other - _ fleti
_ . ,.. on (led )by the -, tu _re,;5the.::=SOSdiisf
,
.-,sat-..*a_ 7.0f
l -
t h h e UN
Former Supreme Court- Justice and U. S. Ambassa d or
_ ,fientimanisat
. Will
,
_...., _. , . . t_let
_ y
pe
,_.._„_ ma 7:6'
Arthur Goldberg reacted bitterly to President Johnson's references .5,Wjlasystasse- of trio i ... ./evillie
ou t b id e=. joillidlilialtil
outhr
viiiii elime
ik .isc
:.„.,
e.o.m.
tht: etryli4:10 star li lr...tperamr by feee
him in' his published memoirs.
... -•_ ____
—",,,,,
.„-- given sac _7, _ ., _. ftbi.,.. , ;iissit_ bis. ."ia
,,,y k_ . ,ilsjewish
,
. ,
.
7:
c. ... _,Ii -iloa
tiroule, ha. ..
, o f _ the' : ,b4ite
highest
President Johnson had elevated Goldberg. to on e
d
., ,.. Add.l...0!osslL
;:jreln:
e ra_S!„ , ' 4--'W;--1!-
* / a4,!
.,,.
e NA L
:,.,,,,
-..- - ,_.,-- ,.,,__ i -
,, e ,._. - ,—,- - ",and
positions
can
the and
had to reign
the highest. ,cotlit. in Anlerican;'but'for
that from hy'r534gned.bali'
tislc
alZ..:114.
' Pell.eigUPl
otitat
a
y..wwori;
II tena
ii
-
'
-es"
-Mitt
'=e
ll
Wedd
lila
er:tr
Mailsm
_;--42418
.2.5 in K
lial.:-P
_Itinelr
_
t
; t i iedi'VT
.180:::
_
-
:
byr:
_ _',9"rbijs s . : s ag a " a
- t,b:;,;ojk vig,:::a
. .
i::.r- eli n ot,-_. .-.- . .,. , - .'..:-. :,.. :-__.,.,
fished memoirs 'say* it -hat been.:*Torlea 'th • um ADY - =-"17v - 4:11 -, • - ,
- ilielo*pheitalkeleS ;
.. _ ...„,.., ,„milia.....
. ai...a...i1;_ifoloceliaii
'
e. ,isereeorrt- HluarimPt with 'tholditir -whit , JOIY ...„
Goldberg
-Galbraith that !. st,
,•-lesthiehr- -..uletiiiiiir#:' -dad. •.polodot -.....- „ . __
..; hit
ers-------
re' .
:,'-- '":---' --"•-• --
•-•'
:
'
:-.11•MW ,
,' - --- • -'' --" - Itesiit‘:'-fiki...taieit4-::
Johnson: took it: serimisli;..43.oldhati!***10 lei- -th-bleir' f=iddlMeg. :131ed-;_rprietalt*Ithiells
. , m;4117"."747:7---
lejreo; ma
....".0
-
46Vileit: *Bac
drook. ..
;;teille:Ikeimethie:, -.-... .-: •••• . . :::- AAR beeoideadieed
_
such latnpinde• -.1111 "self-lerrvint ilidloiased:ittatementr.r... 'i''': . :41 -- ., ,,!•,,,,,,,•:::

' • ' : Thinnsarts.i:'sait-ehtliteria-**eeletint*Idohthellf; - It 4 i*lials!aflr*1,_
ear haiide...., ' _ . '
the
:
. 'Other-, 'sok-
.'
durini'..GoLibeig's.:_serOJOisi,*thiVNAttW itstinae:4ffi tAglrePt7 t-.
'
'' .
: lit. : P .-tele..4idds ; . 4 10-t l f:iliek vie * :- $1 01. 001-:41,
- ' MEV* : 111:100110*0-- - - 014- * 4 - 11***1-difskC•:Miak'1deiMatqa::- ....,
-fliaief' - -
•-'-ad--•-•'-oL'-warer-..
balaralika inada-iiMilitebalit,:la*Ciatcaima4sucksi ,'. ..,"#,-.114W
.7$10111.;,0401(;enli.

-

,

In. not lifi: nisrii•ntatiii:..lieeauset;•!*06e:* . , „ . . . _ . - .,i. .. ,„.„, , „ ..,.. ,
'fir-7--
= come from thtit*bitn Hiatt , anttOie r)IiitiPoparbnialt Wha t -11. 11alt.iare-,
,..-- .--•
commentary 'thlifilewf',AkneVkin'affOrlk**JI:th , !ffPnillieS 'i:41140r0:64:1;
. . Oil __
low riliiii.; was'
--
banyan; irelatiOnsibetweett••:41- riiiiftW, 444., Auti-iiiipaintei1.•,-:.:-• :-::----,.
done with'
object: et- iste.: ' .
, ~, • IttitIftern.:11.!iinotbeenitainple of Isiendthifi. recorded In .-Abe -John-4,,.'
proverbial eaitegoat i3s1 taw,
Ant. all Jews! -
. • - .
•Sem - bOOL aide - epeeist - Illoadaik -fill:farther-!4;
ittir.eMe.- CraMt Justice Abit: -- - .
,.s..0....outigetf, Niellberete-,deid: eyetodetie.,,inoteatiootif.",,o; 0=Ui.- - , . We : a •. - that--oue-ything . people, :who are socially
tote..*Iatisti.„ etdest,:ener -wrest. meR`theie ever keedivt:. je: - .ttie pia: . to the _einsen.ler... - the - iliMintitiOn zOf,.ptivertr,'..for;art,aleurante of - Nat";
,_ and eiends; - ..idioidd?Wit,;. it - clhi.itairie . tithe. abaidon--:-their . Own: people arid
itekett.thet were exerted upon: Forms ,-.by•-the• ti.s-, . senate. , -- _ - - :: -. 2. •._-
- : Subsequent history:inay yet have !inch - in--tell it. about -both ' the . *--- - Theri -ithiaild "knew- :the' truth t: They - should:benefit. from our.-eXperiesiceifil.:
-al
con-
'Misled - by lelee:116imill• - We-rPreY that we should be able to reach „them ",:tritlftala", : : -
ffc400ertald'Il'ortaX-Velatiotthhipit'10.:President -Johnson, . but
., -...r. realities that exist in 4 - _=WOrld.that:him not yet. piarbed the 'highest. twig :or- - ---
- - -
-
is: evident
....
,....
„ ,.. ,. it the -outset_
.
. in'friendshipn
..
.
' - world; he •'whcr-titiiii": nof ttlefetid -the- - position of - his Own kinsmen ma -6111:40diatOfr
Tiff DETROIT . 141NISIVNEWS --.--41'441, * * : - ,iii0islfa llgers;
' .:1,-,,Fridlitk .Maveitsber 3, 1971 •••

.

--

. .

' ''. .--"sd this-

-- -- :16.1

' hi !the

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan