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March 24, 1972 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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Walter Shapiro, U-M Grad Studdit
and Nader Raider Runs for Congress
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Walter Elliot Shapiro, a 25-year-
old graduate student and teacher
at the University of Michigan, has
become one of the nation's young-
est congressional candidates.
Shapiro, the first "Nader's
Raider" to seek major political
office, is attempting to win the

Democratic nomination from
Michigan's second congressional
district. The district, with more
50,000 college students at U-M and
Eastern Michigan University. has
one of the largest concentrations of
college students in the county.
A long-standing outspoken op-

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Shapiro's work for Nader in-
cluded helping lay the groundwork
for a massive investigation of
Congress now under way. He pre-
viously spent the 1969-70 year re-
porting on Congress for the Con-
gressional Quarterly.
Shapiro said other key issues in

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his campaign would include wo-
men's rights. guaranteed annual
income • drastic cuts in military
spending and shifting tax burdens

to corporations and those most able
to pay.
He will push for national
sponsorship of deferred tuition for
all college students and innovative
programs to utilize federal funds
as a catalyst for experimentation in
the public school system.

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tory and is assistant resident direc-
tor of the Pilot Program, an ex-
perimental U-M unit. Under the
auspices of the program, Shapiro
teaches the course " News Media
and National Politics."

Morris Goodman Using
Grant for Evolution Study

Wayne State University's board
of governors, announcing accept-

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Alan- Nathan (standing, right), who served as chairman of the
metropolitan division of the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund for three years, was honored recently by the division. With him
are (from left) Circuit Court Judge Nathan .1. Kaufman, who spoke
at the meeting; John Nemon, 1972 metropolitan division chairman;
and Harold S. Jaffa, associate division chairman.

Pioneer Activist Fears 'S tudent Establishment'

BOSTON (JTA)—One of the pio-
neers of the Jewish student rebel-
lion has expressed fears that the
movement created by that rebellion
may he"ome a "Jewish Student
Establishment" and has warned
that in recent months "Jewish stu-
dent activism has been on the
decline."
The warning came from Mike
Simmons, chairman of Concerned
Jewish Students of Greater Boston,
who is a trustee of the Combined
Jewish Philanthropies of Greater
Boston, the Jewish Federation in
that area.
Simmons asserted that the stu-
dent activist movement had created
a great deal of "institutional struc-

,
• ance of $1,200,000 in gifts, grants Programs on Holocaust
• and contracts designated for in-

struction support, research and stu-
Perms '12 . , dent
Prof. Morris Good-
• man of aid, the said
department of anatomy
is
using
a
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•• • Foundation grant to National
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• • and related primates.
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• on more related

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of intensive college campus pro-
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grams on the Holocaust organized
• AND ANN
by the American Zionist Youth
Foundation university service de-
partment will take place April 7-9.
Eighty New York and New Jer-
sey Jewish college students, will
participate
in a weekend seminar
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out the world who are studying N.J., led by five distinguished lec-
turers and discussants.
evolutionary changes- in man::
They are Prof. Raoul Hilberg of
the University of Vermont, author
of "Destruction of European
Jewry"; Prof. Henry Feingold of
the College of the City of N.Y.,
urnifure
among whose published works is
lipnotifery
the "Politics of Rescue"; Avraharn
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the University of Wisconsin; and
Prof. Samuel Abrahamsen, acting
chairman of the department of
Judaic studies at Brooklyn Col-
lege. authority on the rescue of
Danish Jews.

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ture" in its fight to change Ameri-
can Jewish priorities. In that
process, he said, "we have hurt
ourselves. As the leaders grad-
dated or went to Israel, there was
nobody to take their place. Stu-
dents who should have been work-
ing to strengthen the community
were always too busy. Leaders de-

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SMALL
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called the Jewish Student Estab-
i lishment Movement."
The Jewish student community
must not become "Establishment,"
he declared. He said the movement
must be "constantly activist" or
"face neutralization."
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20-4rIday4liarelt 24, 1972

ponent of the Indochina War,
Shapiro's concern over bit busi-
ness and big government ripened
when he spent the past summer
working for Ralph Nader's. Pub-
lic Interest Research Group in

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PARIS (JTA) — The Interna-
tional League Against Racism and
Anti-Semitism (LICA) announced
that it is conducting a nationwide
search to remove from store shelves
a doll labeled "The Jew" which
it described as an anti-Semitic
caricature.
Jean Pierre-Bloch, LICA presi-
dent, said a civil action was plan-
ned against the Carrefour depart-
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The doll was removed by court
order from a Carrefour store near
Dijon. But it has turned up on the
shelves of other Carrefour outlets.
The sale of the dolls was de-
plored earlier by Msgr. Charles
clesTa—BF6usse, the Bishop of Dijon.

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