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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1965

PAflE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1965

Dunbar, Discusses Role of
GovrmnnCivil Rights

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segregationist housing ordinances,
and much discrimination exists in
employment practices.
The interesting result is that in
place, of the former lack of vocal
support for the rights drive, im-
portant figures are now advocat-
ing even stronger policies than
the people they represent.l
Commenting on figures in the
government, Dunbar said that
many of the Supreme Court judges
share the same partiality on the
liberal side (in contrast though,
there are lower court federal judg-
es in the South, even ones ap-
pointed since 1961, that are seg-
regationist).
Where a few years ago there
was no unit in the government's
structure set up to deal with civ-
il rights problems, there now ate
several, Dunbar said, giving the
Community Relations Service and
the Equal Employment Commis-
sion, both created in last year's
Civil Rights Act, as two examples.
Even the secretary of defense now,
enforces civil rights laws, as he
must insure that defense contrac-
tors do not discriminate in their.
employment practices.
Danger
But there is a danger, Dunbar
warned, that rights enforcement
will become an independent bu-
reaucratic function, the specialty
of a self-sustaining department,
where it should be the task o all,
government units.
Commenting on the rights pro-
testors' methods, Dunbar said that
"public demonstrations are valid
actions," as they serve to show
vividly the consensus of groups
whose feelings might otherwise be

buried in our complex society. But.
he added, they have no place if
they just stir up emotions; he not-
ed also that the demonstration is
not a stable method for achieving
goals, for "every victory it wins
decreases its validity," as the pro-
testors are moved closer t6 the
power structure they are protest-
ing against.
Replacing the protestors in the
South will be a new group of Ne-
gro political leaders, who will har-
ness the voting power won by the.
rights drive. Legal redress, which
is creating an overload of civil
rights cases in the courts, will
also diminish as a tool to get the
Negroes what they want, it too
being replaced by Negro political
power, he predicted.
Equitable Federalism
Concluding, Dunbar claimed
that an equitable federalism is
workable in this country. Federal-
ism has the powers of adaptabil-
ity that allow the national gov-
ernment to function where It
must, and it also allows the state
and local governments enough
power (in education, for example)
so that each area may be an en-
tity.
(And interestingly enough, while
liberals are unanimous in their
support of the civil rights move-
ment, on the important issue of
state and local power they are
rigid and often conservative.)
But Dunbar denied the tradi-
tional "states'-rights" argument
used to exclude federal involve-.
ment: "there is no such thing as
'state sovereignty,' and never has
been," and "let us say flatly
'states'-rights' is meaningless, for
only individuals have rights."

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27
Noon-William Stringfellow will
speak on "A Private and Public
Faith" in Room 2 Michigan
League.I
4:10 p.m.-The Department ofl
Speech Student Laboratory Thea-
tre will present G. B. Shaw's
comic one-act play, "Press Cut-
tings," in the Arena Theatre of
the Frieze Bldg. Admission is free.
7:30 p.m.--The Law School will
present "Aspects of Law Prac-
tice: Rural, Urban, Corporate and
Governmental" in the Lawyer's
Club Lounge of the Law Quadran-
gle.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the APA
in "Harakles" at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
THURSDAY, OCT.28a
1 p.m.-George L. Geis, direc-
tor of the Center for Research on
Learning and Teaching, will speak
on "Revision and Evaluation" in
the North Campus Commons.
2:15 p.m.-Bruce Russett, visit-{
ing research political scientist, will
speak on "Identification and In-
terpretation of International Re-
gions" in 1057 MHRI.
4:15 p.m.--Prof. Jerzy Kurylo-'
wicz of Harvard University will
speak on "A Balto-Slavic Prob-
lem" in the East Conference Room
of Rackham Hall.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Footlight Parade" at the
Architecture Aud.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the APA
in "Herakles" at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
8 p.m.--Young Socialist Alliance
will present a discussion of "A
Hidden Chapter in the Fight
Against War" with Mary Alice
Styron of the YSA national execu-
tive committee, ii Rm. 3D of the
Union.

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Day Calendar
Office of Religious Affairs Book Dis-
cusson-"A Private and Public Faith"
by William Stringfellow: 2 Michigan
League, 12 m.
Short Course for Assessing Officers-
Rackham Amphitheatre, 9 a.m.
Dept. of Chemistry Bachman Memor-
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Planck Institut fur Kohlenforshung,
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Professional Theatre Program Per-
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Law School Panel Discussion "As-
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Unitarian Student Group, Dr. Morri
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Rides at Union and Markley.
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