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Tuesday, October 26, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, October 26, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

~Woman tells of Chinese travels

N.Y. Black Panther '21' lawyer, Gerald
Lef court, talks to Law school students

Michigan Union Billiards

By JEANNE FOX
"I consider the experience of
going to China my -greatest
education," said Ann Tompkins
Sunday.
. Tompkins. returned last year
after living in mainland China
for five years, spoke to a crowd
of about 250 at the Natural
Science Aud. in a speech spon-
sored by the Committee of Con-
cerned Asian Scholars. She had
come to discuss "the cultural
revolution - a participant's
view."
Tompkins went to China in
November, 1965 where she
taught English at the Peking
Language Institute. In her
speech she described how one
phase of the Cultural Revolu-
tion, the Red Guards, began in
Peking.
"The cultural' revolution was
personally led by Mao Tse-tung.
It was an act on his part to en-
courage criticism." Tompkins
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said. Then she went on to de-
scribe how the real beginning
occurred in March 1966 when a
woman professor criticized the
president of Peking University
in a "dodsibu", a large Chinese
poster with written criticism.
This surprised a number of
people, she said, because the
president was a member of the
Communist party. On dodsibus
of their own they counter-
charged that the professor was
a counter-revolutionary to criti-
cize a party member. Soon the
entire school was covered with
posters as other people put up
their comments.
Then, in June 1966, Tompkins
said that Mao asked the woman
to broadcast her complaints
over national radio. Later, stu-
dents from another school wrote
Mao with criticisms of their
school official. "His reply was
'It is right to rebel against re-
actionaries,"' Tompkins said.

"He encouraged the students
and guided them." She added
that soon students and teach-
ers from all the schools in Pe-
king were involved, including
her own school, and they event-
ually called themselves the Red
Guard.
Tompkins said that she de-
cided to come back to the Unit-
ed States in April 1966, when
Mao said "World war will either
lead to revolution or stop revo-
lution. Let the preparations
start now."
She added, "When I heard
that I tried to figure -out what
it meant and how to apply it
... I thought that it would be
better for me if I were among
my own people."
She now lives in San Fran-
cisco and is chairwoman of the
U.S. Friendship Association.
This is an organization which
promotes friendship between
China and the U.S.

By KATHY INGLEY lawyers can help fight Lefcourt be free to return to its former
Radical lawyer Gerald Lef- told his audience is the packing capacity, Lefcourt continued.
court, speaking in the law stu- of the Supreme Court by the Although the Panther 21 case
dents' lounge yesterday, said that Nixon administration. The Senate itself revealed many flaws in the
law students must decide where currently rejects only candidates government and judicial system,
Ito commit themselves: "Corporate who are deemed totally unfit, but the jury's action in the case en-
law is somehow corrupting; you its traditional role has been more couraged Lefcourt. In an incredi-
get used to a certain income and political, evaluating the politics of bly complex case Lefcourt said-
life style," he said. prospective justices. complete with government agents,
Lefcourt, who defended the Lawyers should point .out this electronic bugging, and bails too
Black Panther "21" in New York role and help create an atmos- high to pay- the jury had to rule
last year, continued, "Lawyers phere in which the Senate would on each of 156 counts
have to reject the notion of pro-
tecting corporate wealth. They
should help people fight repres-
sive government and corpora-
tions."
One of the important problems
is getting people to exercise the
power they do have-to keep the " S. ".@@
present administration from abus- ;
ing their civil liberties, he ex-
plained.
Another serious problem which

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