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Friday, March 30, 1984

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21st Century" at the bi-
ennial national convention
of the AJCongress on Sun-
day. The 500 delegates
elected Theodore Mann of
Philadelphia to succeed
Squadron who served two
terms as AJCongress
president.
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because it is not based on
numbers but on such Jewish
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as "a high level of educa-
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and a clear knowledge of
where its survival interests
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• lie explained that Jews
do not wield political power
directly because of their
small numbers but are able
to influence those who do
wield political power. "Be-

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- cause we shall continue to
be a minority, we will con-
. tinue to be driven by our
highly-developed survival
instincts," he said.
Levin referred to the in-
tellectual contributions of
Jews to the nation and their
ability to work effectively in
the political arena as rea-
sons why they will continue
to exert political influence.
He acknowledged a declin-
ing Jewish population in
the U.S. and increased dis-
persal of American Jews
from large Jewish popula-
tion centers. Nevertheless,
according to Levin, Jewish
influence will remain high
and will increase in states
that heretofore have had
minimal Jewish political
influence.
Wattenberg, co-editor of
Public Opinion magazine,
said the almost-certain de-
cline in the Jewish popula-
tion would translate into
fewer Jewish votes. As the
proportion of the Jewish
population to the nation's
population as a whole con-
tinues to dwindle in relation
to other ethnic groups, par-
ticularly from Third World
nations, the ability of the
Jewish community to pro-
tect its interests through,
political activity will "shar-
ply diminish, sharply erode
each year unless there are
more Jewish votes," he said.
Wattenberg, a conserva-
tive, claimed that although
the Jewish community has
been accused of backing
away from liberalism, the
fact is that a segment of the
liberal community has
moved away from Jewish
concerns. Squadron pre-
dicted, however, that the
Jewish community would
continue to support its tra-
ditional "liberal" agenda
which includes church-state
separation, civil rights and
social justice because it is in
the self-interest of Jews to
do so.
Mann, who succeeds
Squadron, has been long
active in Jewish and. civic
affairs. He served as chair-
man of the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations
from 1978-1980 and as
chairman of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
from 1981-1983.

Concert slated

The John Smith Singers
will join the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Symphony,
under the direction of Felix
Resnick, in concert 7:30
p.m. April 8 at the West
Bloomfield High School au-
ditorium.
For concert tickets call
the symphony box office,
643-7288.

April 7 fashion .
show is benefit

The Myasthenia Gravis
Association will stage a
fund-raising fashion show
April 7 at the Fairlane
Manor in Dearborn. The
show, which begins at noon,
will include a luncheon. -
For tickets or informa-
tion, call the association,
342-5939.

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