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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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Friday, September 7, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Labor union veteran Joseph L. Rauh Jr. takes a hard look at the decline of big labor's power.

Frankfurter, and this is the
roblem...'
"Hillman said, 'Well, two
things. One, tell Felix that
there isn't a chance Knudsen
would Make a speech for
Willkie, and two, tell him if he
_wants to know something to
( )call me up. He doesn't have to
waste the time of a nice young
man like you.'
"Those are two Jewish labor
leaders I remember well."
Despite Rauh's feeling that
labor does not draw the inter-
lest of young legal minds the
way it used to, he has not
changed his conviction that
progress in the United States
must have the political sup-
port of the labor movement.
It • s," he said, "the
strongest force for social
change and social progress in
this country. I won't use the
word disillusioned. I guess I've
come to see that there are
problems that unless corrected
i cause the next generation
will
of liberals to be disillusioned.
"I really believe that if all
the constructive critics of the
labor movement, of which I
consider myself one, are to be
->treated as though they are
/ anti-labor, there will be no
adequate method of dealing
with the problems. Yablonski
was murdered for constructive
criticism. Sadlowski was not
physically assaulted, but what
- the steel workers did to him in
their elections, you wouldn't
do to your worst enemy.

Any movement needs con-
structive criticism, but where
is it going to come from if those
of good will are going to be
treated as if they were hostile?
The future of the labor move-
ment, it seems to me, depends
on the ability to get some con-
structive criticism into its
dialogue.
You have to say this: The
labor movement is as pro-
Israel as any group in this
country. They always have
been. Part of that, of course, is
anti-Soviet; the fact that the
Soviets are on the other side.
So you get a kind of Pavlovian
reaction. But one cannot fault
the labor movement in any
way on its support of Israel. I
do not feel that that is a result
of the fact that there are Jews
in the labor movement. I think
it results from the fact that
this is a position that's been
taken over the years, and they
really believe it.
The future of the liberals
and the labor movement in
this country," Rauh said, Is
very much tied together and
one must find ways of continu-
ing that cooperation. This
country has made its greatest
surge forward when you've
had labor-liberal cooperation.
And I think it will make its
next great surge when you re-
kindle that cooperation.
We have made absolutely
gigantic strides in my lifetime.
Our generation turned Ameri-
ca's legal structure upside

down. We created a legal revo-
lution.
But — and it's a very big
`but' — a legal revolution is
not the equivalent of an eco-
nomic revolution. The gates of
opportunity were, as Reagan
says, opened, but everybody
couldn't walk through them.
So what we have to do in this
society is find some way of
making the legal revolution
into a more equal society. That
will come only from another
generation."

Jordan map
revised by CIA

Washington — The Central In-
telligence Agency has revised its
.1984 Factbook so that a map of
Jordan does not include the West
Bank and Gaza as Jordanian ter-
ritories, according to Near East
Report, a publication of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC).
The text of the CIA guide now
notes that the status of those ter-
ritories is to be determined
through future negotiations and
lists Jordan's - population as
2,689,000, down from the
3,436,000 figure in the 1983
Factbook. The decrease of 747,000
represents the population in the
West Bank and Gaza.
The change in the guide was in-
stigated by Washington writer
Martin H. Miller, who enlisted
the aid of U.S. Rep. Mike Barnes
(D-Md.). Last year, Miller con-
vinced the State Department to
make similar changes in its offi-
cial map of the Middle East, ac-
cording to Near East Report.

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