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to the same old rhetoric —
and maybe the same old ter-
rorism."

Is Walesa
A Revisionist?

Lech Walesa, hero to the
Polish masses, now appears
to be posturing as a revi-
sionist historian. Poland, he
says, is not anti-Semitic. In
fact, if any bias does exist, it
might well be the fault of the
Jews.
Walesa's comments ap-
peared in an interview last
month in the Philadelphia
Inquirer Magazine. It was
conducted by Judy
Bachrach, an American
journalist based in Italy.
"Sometimes," said the
Solidarity leader and 1983
Nobel laureate, "it is Jews
who create an anti-Semitic
atmosphere in order to get
into the limelight, because
on the wave of these 'anti'
feelings, you can rise in posi-
tion."
"There isn't anti-Semitism
in Poland," he added. "It's
just called that at some
moments."
Walesa spoke to Bachrach
through a translator. Accor-
ding to New York magazine,
she has confirmed the trans-
lation of his comments,
which she has on tape,
through a second translator.

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Surgery, will discuss new developments and
surgical procedures in reconstructive
breast surgery.
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Neusner Anew
On Arts

Scholar Jacob Neusner is
known for having opinions
about everything. This time,
he's cited in the New York
Times column of his buddy,
William Safire, for his stand
on federal aid to the arts.
Prompted by the furor over
a grant to photographer
Robert Mapplethorpe,
(whose final work before his
recent death was widely de-
nounced as pornographic),
Neusner, a member of the
advisory council of the Na-
tional Endowment for the
Arts, suggested a measure
he calls "pro-art, anti-
censorship, and anti-
pornography."
Neusner, whom Safire
called a "prickly intellectual
giant" and "the nation's
foremost and most prolific
Judaic scholar," proposed
that council meetings be
public, federal grants be
made to institutions and not
to individuals, and that ar-
tists seeking federal support
"do something more," as
Safire wrote, "than let their
sexual or psychological prob-
lems hang out."
Neusner's idea did not grab
Safire. Cl

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