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November 25, 1994 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-25

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The object of the introductory
session — the first in a series
with Hispanic leaders, Israeli of-
ficials hope — was to lay the
groundwork for cooperative pro-
grams that will let Hispanics tap
Israel's expertise in areas such as
family support programs, health
services, language education and
programs that deal with both the
advantages and problems of cul-
tural diversity.
Not incidentally, the sharing
effort builds bridges that can re-
sult in greater political support
for Israel from diverse American
groups.

Republican
Bliss

For most Republicans, last Tues-
day was a foretaste of paradise.
And few were happier than
Matthew Brooks, executive di-
rector of the National Jewish
Coalition, a partisan group for
Jewish Republicans.
With the GOP about to reign
in Congress, Mr. Brooks is poised
to play a major role in terms of
Jewish access to the new centers
of 'congressional power.
The National Jewish Coalition,
he said, is "the bridge between
elected Republicans and the Jew-
ish community. We had a rela-
tionship with the new House and
Senate leaders when the rest of
the Jewish community wouldn't
give them the time of day."
Mr. Brooks is convinced that
the sudden GOP surge will con-
vince many Jews that it's time to
switch their party affiliation:
"Once people realize that the Re-
publicans favor very pro-individ-
ual, pro-family policies, the
[Jewish] community's attitudes
will change."
If they don't, he warned, Jews'
political clout may diminish: "If
Jews continue to support ... [De-
mocratic] policies, we'll be mar-
ginalized as a political force."
Mr. Brooks, 29, is partisan to
the bone. Born in New York and
raised outside Philadelphia, he
attributes his conservative poli-
tics to his mother, who raised two
children by herself "without," he
stresses, "help from the govern-
ment. That was an important les-
son for me."
As a political conservative at
Brandeis University, he "got
training in what it's like to be an
outsider."
After graduating, he worked
on the 1988 presidential cam-
paign ofJack Kemp, who, he said,
"instilled in me a belief that it's
possible to have conservative
principles ... but to still care about
those less fortunate."
He admitted that he is some-
times uncomfortable with the
growing presence of the Christ-
ian right in the GOP: "There are
people on the fringes who believe
this is a 'Christian nation,' who

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