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PAGE SIX'

THE MrICHIGArN DAILY

Co0ntrasting Items farom.Ryepublican, DeortcPa

form

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following
excerpts from the platform state-
ments of the Republican and Dem-
ocratic Parties were selected for
their contrast on key issues.
Civil Rights"
REPUBLICAN STATEMENT: We
pledge:I
-Full ifnplementation and faith-
ful execution of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964, and all other civil
rights statutes, to assure equal
rights and opportunities guaran-1
teed by the Constitution to every
citizen;
-Improvements of civil rights
statutes adequate to changing
needs of our times;
-Such additional administra-
tive or legislative actions as may
be required to end the denial, for
whatever unlawful reason, of the.
rigl. to vote;
-Continued opposition to dis-

crimination based on race, creed
national origin or sex. We recog-
nize that the elimination of any
such discrimination is a matter of
heart, conscience, and education.
as well as of equal rights under
law,
DEMOCRATIC STATEMENT:
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 de-
serves and requires full observ-
ance by every American and fair,
1ffective enforcement if there is
any default.
Resting upon a national con-
sensus expressed by the over-
whelming support of both par-
ties, this new law -impairs the
rights of no American; it affirms
the rights of all Americans. Its
purpose is not to divide, but to
end division; not to curtail the
opportunities of any, but to in-
crease opportunities for all; not
to punish, but to promote further
our commitment to freedom, the'

pursuit of justice, and a deeper DEMOCRATIC STATEMENT: :
respect for human dignity. Radical changes in technology and
automation contribute to increas-
Employment ed productivity and a higher I
Opportunities standard of living. They must not
penalizethe few while benefiting ;
REPUBLICAN STATEMENT: We the many. We maintain that any
pledge : man or woman displaced by a
machine or by technological
-Enlargement of employment change should have the oppor-'
opportunities for urban and rural tunity, without penalty, to an-
citizens, with emphasis on train- other job. Our common respon-
ing programs to equip them with sibility is to see that this right is;
needed skills; improved job in- fulfilled.
formation and placement services; Full employment is an end in.
and research and extension serv- itself and must be insifted upon
ices channeled toward helping rur- as a priority objective.
al people improve their opportuni- It is the national purpose, and'
ties; our commitment, that every man
-Maintenance of an adminis- or woman who is willing and able,
trative, legislative and regulatory to work is entitled to a job and
climate encouraging job-building to a fair wage for doing it..
enterprise to help assure every We must develop fully our most
individual a real chance for a precious resource-our manpower
good job. Training and retraining programsj

must be expanded. A broad-gauge ternational Court of Justice advis-
manpower program must be de- ory opinion, upholding denial of
veloped which will not only satis- the votes of . member nationsk

military research and develop- new programs since 1961,
ment programs. We will pursue -ure continued American

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fy' the needs of the economy but
will also give work its maximum
meaning in the pattern of human!
life.
Urban Aid
REPUBLICAN STATEMENT: We
pledge:
-Revitalization of municipal
and county governments through-
out America by encouraging them,
and private citizens as well, to de-
velop new solutions of their ma-
jor concerns through a streamlin-
ing and modernizing of state and
local processes of government, and
by a renewed consciousness of
their ability to reach these solu-
tions, not through federal action
but through their own capabili-
ties.
DEMOCRATIC- STATEMENT:
We 'will continue to assist broad
community and regional develop-
ment,' urban renewal, mass transit
open space and other programs for
our metropolitan areas. We will
offer such aid without impairing
local administration through 'un-
necessary federal interference.
'Because our cities and suburb,
are so important to the welfare of
all our people, we believe a de-
partment devoted to urban affair.
should be added to the President's
cabinet.
The United Nations
REPUBLICAN STATEMENT: Re
publicans support the United Na-
tions. However, we will never rest
in our efforts to revitalize its orig-
inal purpose. ' '
We will press for a change in
the method of voting in the Gen-
eral Assembly and in the special-
ized agencies that will reflect pop-
ulation disparities among the
member states and .recognize di-
fering abilities and willingness to
meet the obligations of the Char-
ter. We will insist upon Genera?
Assembly acceptance of the In-

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whieh.refuse to meet properly lev-
ied assessments, so that the Unit-
ed Nations will more accurately
reflect the power realities of the.
world. Further to assure the carry-
ing out of these recommendations
and to correct the above abuses,
we urge the calling of an amend-
ing convention of the United Na-
tions by the year 1967.
Republicans will never surrendei
to any international group the re-
sponsibility of the United States
for its sovereignty, its own secur-
ity, and the leadership of the free'
world.
DEMOCRATIC STATEMENT:
We will maintain our solemn com-
mitment to the United Nations,
with its constituent agencies,
working to strengthen it as a
more effective instrument for
peace, for preventing or resolving
international disputes, and for
building free nations through
economic, technical, and cultural'
development. We continue to op-
pose the admission of Red China
to the United Nations.
National Security
REPUBLICAN STATEMENT:
We will maintain a superior, not
merely equal, military capability
as long as the Communist drive,
for world domination continues. It
will be a capability of balanced
force, superior in all its arms,
maintaining flexibility for effec-
tive performance in the rapidly
changing science of war..
Republicans will never unilater-
ally disarm America.
We will demand that any arms
reduction plan worthy of consider-
ation guarantee reliable inspection.
We will demand that any such
plan assure this nation of suf-
ficient strength, step by step, to
forestall and defend against pos-
sible violations.
W will take every step neces-
sary to carry forward the vital

these programs as absolutely nec-
essary to assure our nation of
superior strength in the 1970's.
We will. include the fields of
anti-submarine warfare; astro-
nautics and aeronautics, special
guerrilla forces, and such other
defense systems required to keep
America ready for any threat.
We will fully implement such
safeguards as our security requires
under the limited nuclear test ban
,treaty. We will conduct advanced
tests in permissible areas,'maintain
facilities to test elsewhere in case
of violations, and develop to the
fullest our ability to detect Com-
munist transgressions. Addition-
ally, we will regularly review the
status of nuclear weaponry under!
the limited nuclear test ban to
assure this nation's protection. We
,shall also provide sensible, con-
tinuing -reviews of the treaty it-
self.
We will end "second-best" weap-
ons policies. We will end the false
economies which place price ahead
of the performance upon which;
American lives may depend. Re-
publicans will bring an end once
again to the "peak and valley"
defense planning, so costly in
morale and strength as well as
in dollars.
DEMOCRATIC STATEMENT:
Until such time as there can' be
an enforceable treaty providing
for inspected and verfied disarm-
ament, we must, and we will main-
tain our military strength, as the
sword and shield of freedom and
the guarantor of peace.
Specifically, we must and we
will:
-Continue the overwhelming
supremacy of o'ur Strategic nu-
clear forces.
-Strengthen further our forces
for discouraging limited wars and
fighting subversion.
-Maintain the world's largest
research and development effort,
which has initiated more than 200

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ship in weapons systems and
equipment.
-Continue the nationwide civil
defense program as'an important
part of our national security. "
-Pursue our examination of the
selective service program to make
certain that it is continued only
as longas it is necessary and that
we meet our military manpower
needs without social or economic
injustice.
--Attract to the military serv-
ices the highest caliber of career
men and women and make certain
they are adequately paid and
adequately housed.
-Maintain our co'st reduction
program, to ensure a dollar's
worth of defense for every dollar
spent, and minimize the disruptive
effects of changes, in defense
spending.
In addition to contrasting state-
ments on issues which are covered
in both platforms, the Republican
and Democratic platforms differ
in the, items one platform covers
and the other ignores. Two in par-
ticular are noteworthy.
The Democratic platform con-
demned extremism, specifically
naming the Communist Party, the
Ku Klux Klan and the John Birch
Society.
The Republican platform avoid-
ed repudiating 'extremism and,
while Sen. Barry Goldwater later
said he did not want the support
of the Ku Klux Klan, he did not
do the same about the Birchites.
The Republicans, on the other
hand, spoke out on redistricting,
voicing "support of a Constitu-
tional amendment, as well as legis-
lation, enabling states having bi-
cameral legislatures to apportion
one house on bases of their choos-
ing, including factors other than
population..."
But the Democrats' platform en-
tirely ducked-and here President
Lyndon B:. Johnson's hand wa.s
plainly at work-any mention of
the , problem of reapportioning
state legislative districts on the
basis of population.
The Supreme Court had ordered
this to give all voters a more equal
voice in their legislatures.

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