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January 18, 1985 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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Friday, January 18, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

17

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Anatoly Shcharansky looked like
this at the time of his trial in 1977
on charges of conveying allegedly
secret information to an
unidentified reporter.

Wall Street Journal columnist
Suzanne Garment wrote about
Avital Shcharansky this past
week, describing her as a "smart
and funny woman" who makes for
good company "except in the eyes
- of influential people who would
rather not interest themselves in
the fate of her husband. To these
she is, thank God, a persistent and
massive pain in the neck."
Garment noted that for a jour-
nalist, trying to interest readers
in the Shcharansky story presents_
"a grim challenge" because he has
been imprisoned now for almost
eight years. Still, she pointed out
that while Secretary of State
Shultz has been "diligent" in the
past about raising the
Shcharansky matter with the
Soviets, State Department offi-
cials were telling Avital now that
"pre-Geneva was no time to spoil
the atmosphere with gestures like
the one she was asking for."
Which led Garment to an analysis
of the way the U.S. handles
human rights issues in roller
coaster fashion, at times putting
the pressure on, at other times
easing up.
Garment interviewed James
Billington, director of the Wood-
row Wilson International Center
for Scholars in Washington and
an expert on the Soviets, who
criticized America's inconsistency
on human rights. Writes Gar-
ment:
"Even in a weighty political
area such as arms control, if we
bring human rights questions
seriously to the table we are not
likely to horrify the Soviets. But if
we raise them halfheartedly or as
a seeming sop to our domestic
politics, the Russians are more
likely to be genuinely indignant.
"Mr. Billington's talk about the
role of serious demeanor on our
part not only has clear relevance
to arms control, but should make
us reconsider Mrs. Shcharansky.
She seems worn these days; she no
longer looks the way she did years
ago when she began her travels

or

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