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June 14, 1985 - Image 12

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Norman Pappas, Dr. Conrad Giles and Sen. Carl Levin discuss the
Senator's speech.

Levin said that the Arab
American Anti-
Discrimination Committee
has been running full-page
advertisements in the Wash-
ington Post with this theme.
The ads have suggested cut-
ting funds to Israel in favor of
domestic programs.
We have to worry as a
community," he said, "about
our coalitions, about reaching
out, and being perceived as a
one-issue community (Israel).
If we haven't reached out,
when that vote comes (on aid
to Israel), and I say when, then
we're going to be in trouble.
"How would you like to be a
representative of South
Dakota when one in five of
your people are facing extinc-
tion? How would you like to
represent West Virginia when
we are cutting benefits for
black lung disease?"
Levin insisted that the
American Jewish community
must be perceived by others as
interested in other issues, in-
cluding programs for children,
education and health. He said
there is a perception on
Capitol Hill that Jewish
groups lobby on behalf of is-
sues that are important to
them, but not on issues that
are important to the general
public.
"We must continue to do
this," he explained, "but we
must also broaden our hori-
zons and these perceptions.
"Everyone should know how
much the education budget is
being cut, and how many
fewer kids can go to college as
a result. We can't just know
what the foreign aid budget
is."
Levin was introduced by Dr.
Conrad Giles and Norman
Pappas. Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration President Joel Tauber
said the meeting, the second in
a series, was designed to
enhance Federation's leader-

ship program and show that
"Federation is more than just
a collection agency — that its
real job is to enhance Jewish
life."
Following Levin's prepared
remarks, he fielded questions
from the audience. He said it
was unlikely that Israel's aid
from the U.S. could be moved
to the defense budget from the
foreign aid budget because of
jurisdictional and political
factors in Washington. He re-
sponded to a related question
by saying support for Israel in
Washington is related to the
Jewish community's political
clout, the U.S. strategic view
and the moral view of Israel's
position.
Sen. Levin said there is
much opposition in Washing-
ton to new proposals for the
sale of U.S. arms to Jordan. "It
is a question of having the
right people in the right
places," he said. "Danny In-
ouye (of Hawaii) should be in
the Pantheon of Jewish
Heroes." But Levin added that
the sale of arms could also de-
pend on progress toward Mid-
dle East peace talks.
In response to a question,
Levin spent some time dis-
cussing the current tax pro-
posals being debated in Con-
gress. Many Congressmen, he
said, no longer wish to use the
tax laws for social purposes.
"They ask, 'How can you de-
viate from the free market?"'
Levin suggested a number of
programs that have been
aided by the tax laws, such as
energy conservation credits,
child adoption, casualty losses
and medical expenses.
"Why subsidize? Why
should a farm family help the
New York subway, or the
young help the old? It's be-
cause we are one big family.
We have to help each other."
Levin said the debate over tax
reform and reducing the de-

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