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June 23, 1989 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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political realities and approv-
ed final plans to build the
flawed TFX jet, Stone wrote
that the episode proved that
"any major new plane must
show it can fly successfully
through the electoral college."
In 1972, failing health forc-
ed Stone to shut down his
Weekly, but his intellectual
passions were not so easily
curbed; at 70, he taught
himself ancient Greek and
began a study of Socrates that
resulted in his book, The
Trial of Socrates, a dazzling
intellectual achievement for a
person of any age.
As a journalist, Stone
believed in doing things the
hard way — by pouring over
the minutia of congressional
testimony, by nailing down
every last detail, by countless
interviews with primary
sources. His work was the an-
tithesis of today's "celebrity
journalism"; he loathed the
superficial and the inaccurate
almost as much as he loath-
ed the banal and the timid.
"History is made by fun-
damental forces, not by dark
conspiracies," he told The Pro-
gressive in 1984. "Human be-
ings are rational, to some
degree, and that rationality
gives hope, and we journalists
are supposed to feed this ra-
tional element, to inform, to
persuade, to illuminate, so
people can make decisions on
the basis of debate, and so
that a government that's on a
bad track can switch to a good
track."
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German Vote
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Bonn (JTA) — Israeli
Foreign Minister Moshe
Arens, here on an official
visit, expressed shock and
dismay over the exceptional-
ly strong showing of the right-
wing extremist Republican
Party in Sunday's elections to
the Parliament of Europe.
The Republicans, headed by
a former member of the Waf-
fen SS, Franz Schoenhuber,
won 7.1 percent of the popular
vote in the nationwide elec-
tions. They will probably have
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