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September 28, 1984 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 28, 1984

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THE REVEREND AND THE MAYOR, Jerry Falwell and William Donald Schaefer, met at a prayer breakfast
meeting in Baltimore this summer. Some Jewish officials were upset that the Mayor's Breakfast was serving
up religion. "I'm not a Republican," Falwell said, "I'm a Baptist."

JESSE JACKSON sparked black interest in presidential
politics but infuriated Jews for his pro-Arab policy posi-
tions and his private anti-Semitic remarks about
"Hymies." The first major black presidential candidate
was conciliatory in his address to the Democratic con-
vention but many Jews adopted a wait-and-see attitude.

PREACHING ANTI-SEMITISM, Rev. Louis
Farrakhan attracted national attention not
only for his vehement rhetoric against
Judaism but because he remained a
close supporter of Rev. Jesse Jackson.

NATIVITY SCENES may be paid for by government funds, the Supreme Court ruled in
March, upsetting many advocates of church-state separation.

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