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November 25, 1988 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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pious, I am learning that not
everything is going to go the
way I'd like it to, that
diplomacy can help a lot. As
for religion in school, well, the
children can get a good educa-
tion despite it.
All the same, by the time
they're through high school,
my three children may have a
dangerously skewed view of
our society and an unhealthy
skepticism about how well
the Constitution really works.
They will learn that in the Bi-
ble Belt, the First Amend-
ment is largely meaningless
and that there's no such thing
as separation of church and
state. ❑

Reprinted from The Washing-
ton Post with permission of the
author, Nan Chase, a staff re-
porter on the Watauga Demo-
crat in Boone, N.C.

mimmmi", N EWS

Carter, Ford
Counsel Bush

Washington (JTA) — A
bipartisan study group, head-
ed by former Presidents Jim-
my Carter and Gerald Ford,
urged Vice President George
Bush on Monday not to try to
propose a new peace initiative
for the Middle East when he
takes office as president Jan.
20.
Instead, the group, known
as American Agenda, sug-
gested that "the wisest course
is to focus on discussions with
the Israelis to try to move
them to deal more effectively"
with the political and
economic situation of Palesti-
- mars living in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip.
"The U.S. might also tell
the Israelis that we are
prepared to help substantial-
ly if they find ways to improve
the economic situation of
their Arabs and grant them
as well a greater degree of
local political independence,"
the report said.
The report, which deals
with the entire gamut of
domestic and foreign issues, is
the result of eight months of
study by some 340 persons. It
concludes that the most im-
mediate issue facing the
country is the U.S. fiscal
deficit.

Publications
Are Presented

New York — Three publica-
tions by recipients of
Sakharov Fellowships, given
by the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Jacob Blaustein In-
stitute for the Advancement
of Human Rights, were
presented to Andrei
Sakharov, Soviet scientist and
human rights leader.

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