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November 06, 1987 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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Angeles - Sammy
Glick, the despicable
anti-hero of Budd
Schulberg's 1940 novel What
Makes Sammy Run? has
become a role model for the
yuppies of the 1980s.
The transformation of Sam-
my in the eyes of two different
generations of readers reflects
a deeper American malaise,
symptomatized by Watergate
and the Iran-contra affair,
Schulberg believes.
What Makes Sammy Run?
chronicles the rise of a hustl-
ing Jewish lad from news-
paper copyboy to Hollywood
movie mogul. He succeeds by
backknifing people above him
and ruthlessly squashing
rivals and those below him.
Writing in the Los Angeles
Times, Schulberg notes that
readers in the '40s, '50s and
'60s viewed Sammy with
dread repugnance and as a
serious flaw in the American
character, but in the '70s
readers' attitudes began to
change.
Schulberg dates the change
to a 1970 encounter with a
university student who came
up to the author and con-
gratulated him on creating
Sammy Glick.
"He's a great character," the
student told Schulberg. "I
love him. I felt a little nervous
about going out into the
world and making it. But
reading Sammy gives me con-
fidence. I read it over and
over. It's my bible."
The admirer extended a
hand which, Schulberg
writes, "would soon be knif-
ing friends and colleagues in
the back. As I took it
hesitatingly, I asked myself
What Have I Done? Or what
has a changing, greedier more
cynical America done to Sam-
my Glick?
As Schulberg lectured on
other campuses during the
past decade, he met more and
more young men and women
who took Sammy as their per-
sonal guide to success.
• What has happened, con-
cludes Schulberg, is that
America has moved from the
flower children and hippies of
the '60s to "the Nixon era,
the generation of deal
makers, the Do-It-To-Them-
Before-They-Do-It-To-You
practitioners."
While not everyone is on
the make or on the take,
America's most represen-
tative figures today are the
takeover artists and inside

0.

traders, the 011ie Norths and
the Ivan Boeskys, writes
Schulberg.
The future promises to be
even more dismal, Schulberg
predicts. With the present
generation "marching behind
the flag of Sammy Glick, with
a big dollar sign in the square
where the stars used to be,
the 20th century version of
Sammy is going to look like
an Eagle Scout, compared to
the 21st."

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NEWS

Arab Countries
Urged To Pay
Compensation

Washington (JTA) - The
Arab countries were urged
last weeky to pay compensa-
tion to the estimated 850,000
Jews who were forced to leave
their homes and other assets
in Arab countries after the
establishment of the State of
Israel. A resolution to this ef-
fect was adopted by some 300
delegates from North and
South America, Europe and
Israel as they ended the
three-day third international
conference of the World
Organization of Jews from
Arab Countries (WOJAC)
here.
WOJAC also called - on the
Arab governments, "especial-
ly Iraq, Syria and Yemen," to
"cease the exploitation of the
Arab refugee problem for
political purposes." The Arab
countries should "absorb and
resettle their neglected
brothers, just as Israel in-
tegrated the majority of
Jewish refugees from Arab
countries," the WOJAC
resolution said.
Israel Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres told the
Knesset that Israel will seek
compensation for Jewish pro-
perty abandoned in the Arab
countries at the proper time.
He spoke during a Knesset
debate timed to coincide with
the WOJAC conference.

Bias Apology

Washington - Argentina's
National Commission on
Justice and Peace, an
organization composed of lay
leaders of the nation's Con-
ference of Bishops, has
apologized to B'nai B'rith for
anti-Semitic comments made
by an Argentine priest in
October.
The anti-Semitic sentiment
was expressed in a church
mass for a military group by
the Rev. Manual Beltran.

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