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September 09, 1988 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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Sen Lloyd Bentsen:
Not at the forefront.

Area agreement.
Also, as Senate Finance
Committee chairman, -Bent-
sen cosponsored an amend-
ment to the Trade Bill this
year with Senator Robert
Packwood (R-Ore.) that pro-
tects the agreement against
protectionist measures in the
Trade Bill itself.
On domestic issues, Bent-
sen gets more favorable
marks from the largely
Democratic Jewish activists.
The concensus from the
group was that both Vice
President George Bush and
Governor Michael Dukakis
picked two of the more conser-
vative members of their
respective parties.
On the issue of abortion,
Bentsen defends women's
rights, unlike Quayle, who op-
poses it and even voted Sept.
30, 1987, to oppose the use of
federal funds for abortions in
cases of rape and incest.
Both have supported a con-
stitutional amendment favor-
ing prayer in public schools.
On Soviet Jewry, Bentsen
opposes, while Quayle sup-
ports, the amendment by con-
servative colleague Sen.
James McClure (R-Idaho)
that some Jewish activists
feel might gut the 1974
Jackson-Vanik Amendment.
McClure's measure would
tie conferral of most-favored-
nation status on the Soviet
Union to overall Kremlin
compliance with the 1975
Helsinki Accords, and not just
to the treaty's emigration
standards.
On arms sales to Arab coun-
tries, they were not as con-
sistently opposed to them as
colleagues like Packwood and
Senator Daniel Inouye
(D-Hawaii).
But Bentsen has opposed
most of the key arms sales to
Arab countries, while Quayle

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