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March 06, 1992 - Image 44

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on poverty), so far the
resentment of its policies has
failed to find expression at
the polls.
"Labor and the Left con-
centrate on high-brow polit-
ical issues, and you can't
talk ideology with a popula-
tion that's hungry," is how
Jerusalem City Councilman
Dede Ben-Shitrit explains
their failure to exploit the
discontent. A veteran of the
social-protest movement of
the early 1970s and long a
political organizer, he says
many disadvantaged voters
have deserted the Likud; but
rather than switch to Labor
they've gone over to the Or-
thodox parties, especially
the Sephardi-oriented Shas.
"People who aren't at all
religious vote for Shas for
purely economic reasons,"
says Mr. Shitrit. "They can
send their children to the
party's subsidized schools,
where they'll get a free lun-
ch — and that counts a lot to
the poor."
Yet these same families
have not taken advantage of
the greatest giveaway: the
government's attractive
terms for housing in the ter-
ritories.
The degree to which social
issues will play a role in the
upcoming elections remains
to be seen. What seems
clear, however, is that the
ranks of the poor are going
to keep growing, at least un-
til jobs are created and
wages return to par. And the
spread of deprivation must
ultimately have political
consequences as well. ❑

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fight over national priorities
in Israel to London this
week, pulling no punches at
meetings with fund—raisers
and Zionist loyalists.
Mr. Dinitz, a member of
Israel's opposition Labor
Party and a former ambas-
sador to the United States,
challenged Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir to take
measures to stem the falling
immigration rate from the
former Soviet Union instead
of indulging his ideological
proclivities.
If the government puts set-
tlements and territory first
and fails to provide jobs and
homes for the newcomers,
the results will be
disastrous, said Mr. Dinitz,
who is also chairman of the
World Zionist Organization.

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