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November 11, 1988 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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To: The Jewish News

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Suite 240
Southfield, Mich. 48076-4138

Machon L'Torah

The Jewish Learning Network
of Michigan

WEE JUST



The national unity govern-
ment's performance on the
economic front has been a
great success story. And this
was largely possible because
both of the big parties were
working together, spreading
around the political pain of
austerity and reform.
A narrow Likud-led or
Labor-led government would
never have been able to take
such economic steps. The op-
position, for one thing, would
have been bitterly sniping.
Likud leaders, especially
the very capable finance

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Yitzhak Shamir:
A deal with Labor?



minister, Moshe Nissim,
recognize that a narrow
Likud-led government — with
Labor and the Histadrut in
the opposition — would face
an enormous crisis on the
economic front, seriously en-
dangering Likud's popular
base on many of the most
important bread-and-butter
issues of the day.
Another source of pressure
on the Likud to work together
with Labor stems from the
ultra-Orthodox camp.
Resisting extreme demands
from the religious parties
may, in the end, be essential
to protect the Likud's own
long-term political interests.
Likud's own constitueny, for
most part, would deeply re-
sent further religious restric-
tions on their day-to-day life.
Banning soccer games on
Saturday afternoons or
movies on Friday evenings
would be popular with Or-
thodox Israelis who represent
some 15 percent of the socie-
ty. But the 85 percent who are
secular and not very religious
would be very upset. The
overwhelming majority in
Israel, moreover, does not
want to further restrict abor-
tions.
There may have to be some
serious bloodletting in the
Labor Party before a deal
with Likud can be made.

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