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July 23, 1993 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-23

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"The patriotic motivation
is there, but in the back-
ground — hardly anybody
questions the need to have a
strong army, it goes without
saying, without even think-
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Jewish Groups Favor
Clinton Nominee

Washington (JTA) — Jewish
groups are actively suppor-
ting Joycelyn Elders, Presi-
dent Clinton's nominee for
surgeon general, in contrast
to the ambivalence they
displayed about Lani
Guinier, his choice to head
the Justice Department's
civil rights division.
Both Ms. Elders and Ms.
Guinier are African-
American women who have
spoken out on controversial
topics, leading some here to
compare the two.
After the fiasco over Ms.
Guinier, whose nomination
was withdrawn when she
ran into problems over her
writings on voting rights
and other issues, the ad-
ministration is under
pressure to stand by Ms.
Elders.
Ms. Elders, who stepped
down this past weekend as
director of public health in
Arkansas, has garnered
support from a number of
Jewish groups, including the
American Jewish Congress,
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women and the National
Jewish Democratic Council.
Known as an outspoken
advocate of abortion rights
and frank education about
sex and contraception, Ms.
Elders has met opposition
from the religious right.
The Jewish groups have
written to key members of
Congress, and some Jewish
organizational officials have

Bill Clinton:
Strongly supportive.

attended meetings with the
administration as part of a
pro-Elders coalition.
Mark Pelavin, Washing-
ton representative for
AJCongress, one of the
groups that had initial con-
cerns about the Guinier
nomination, said the current
situation is entirely diff-
erent.
AJCongress, he said, is
"excited" about the Elders
nomination, whereas it was
concerned about Ms.
Guinier. "There's all the dif-
ference in the world" bet-
ween the two, he said.
He also said the ad-
ministration seems to be
strongly supportive of Ms.
Elders, in contrast to its
lukewarm support for and
eventual abandonment of
Ms. Guinier.



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