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January 06, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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28 Friday, January 6, 1984
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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NEW YORK — "Jewish"
political action committees
(PACs) have been the focus
of several articles in recent
months. One of these PACs,
the National PAC (Nat-
PAC), has been receiving
special attention from polit-
ical observers because of its
size and because of the visi-
bility it has gained through
the use of advance com-
munication techniques.
The Wall Street Journal
reported that over 30 of
these PACs were organized
for the 1982 elections.
Technically, the term
"Jewish" PAC is incorrect
as some of these organiza-
tions are supported by non-
Jewish contributors as well.
However, all these PACs

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ISRAELI POLITICS AFTER BEGIN

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Visiting Professor of Political Science
University of Wisconsin
Madison

Professor of Public Administration
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The community is invited

seem to share a common
philosophy — a commit-
ment to support candidates
for Congress who believe a
strong U.S.-Israel relation-
ship serves America's own
strategic interests.
According to the Journal
article, these PACs contrib-
uted over $1.6 million to
candidates who were sup-
portive of their views in the
1982 elections. NatPAC
alone, according to Federal
Election Commission re-
ports, contributed one-third
of this amount — $550,000.
The New York Times re-
ported that this made Nat-
PAC the largest unaffil-
iated (not connected with
any parent organization)
PAC in the country.
In all, NatPAC con-
tributed to 112 Congres-
sional candidates in the
last election cycle and
nearly all these contribu-
tions were for the
maximum allowable
amount, $5,000.
Marvin
Josephson,
chairman of NatPAC, is a
New York businessman. He
founded the National PAC
because of his belief that the
forces arrayed against
U.S.-Israel friendship are
formidable. He argues that
the most sophisticated of
political operations are
needed to counter the effort
to discredit Israel in the
eyes of Congress, the media
and the American people.
As evidence, Josephson
cites the Arab lobby's crea-
tion of a new organization,
MEPARC. MEPARC in-

Tunisia Guards
Jews During Riot

PARIS (JTA) — Tunisian
police forces are guarding
the Jewish quarters in
Tunis and several provin-
cial cities with large Jewish
communities in the wake of
the wide-scale riots which
have left 10 people dead and
scores injured.
Rioting broke out Sunday
when the authorities an-
nounced a rise in the price of
bread. Tens of thousands
took_ to the streets, first in
the small cities in the south,
and later in the capital.
Though the riots are not
connected with the Middle
East and Jews, the Tunisian
government reportedly
feared that the rioters night
attack Jewish propprty and
ordered as an extra precau-
tion special guards on duty
near the Jewish areas.

fends to "educate" corporate
PACs as to where their
campaign contributions •
should go.
Richard Altman, Nat-
PAC executive director,
pointed out in a recent mail-
ing to the group's member-
ship that "for every one dol-
lar we contributed, the cor-
porate PACs gave $55 to
candidates for Congress" in
1982.
NatPAC differs from
other "Jewish" PACs. It
is national in scope, un-
like most other PACs
which concentrate on
fund-raising in one local-
ity. Thus, NatPAC raised
four to five times as much
as the next largest
"Jewish" PAC in 1982.
The National PAC also
made a decision to recruit
all types of contributors,
large and small. The organ-
ization borrowed a page
from the national Republi-
can Party by using the
latest direct mail tech-
niques to raise much of its
income.
In 1982, NatPAC at-
tracted nearly 20,000 con-
tributors from all 50 states.
The vast majority of these
individuals contributed
under $50.
To supplement the direct
mail approach, The Na-
tional PAC also purchased
ads in the New York Times,

New Republic, Daily
Variety, the National Re-
view and the Anglo-Jewish
press to attract small
donors.
In 1984, the organization
hopes to raise its member-
ship from 20,000 to over
50,000 in the current cam-
paign cycle. It also hopes to
substantially increase the
amount of money it gives to
candidates for federal office.
NatPAC maintains
offices in Washington and
at 1414 Avenue of the
Americas, 18th Floor, New
York 10019.

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Jewish Congress plenary by
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