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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, November 4, 1971

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Eckstein speaks on U.S.-China relations
By ROBERT BARKIN super-powers were their enemies.trying to be the leader of the
"There are two significant rea- As the United States appeared I Third World nations. "These
ns for the Chinese to seek better less of an immediate danger, the !countries will become an import-
lations with the United States- Chinese focused their attention on ant third force in the General As-
ie deterioration of relations with our country, he added sembly," he predicted.
ze Soviets and the rising eco- Japan, a traditional enemy of Eckstein said that he was not
omic power of Japan," econom- the Chinese, has also been a ma- surprised that China was admit-j
s Prof. Alexander Eckstein said jor concern in their policy reas- ted to the U.N. in this session.
uesday. -sessment, Eckstein said. The ra- "Once President announced hisI
Eckstein, former director of the pid expansion of the Japanese visit, it was a foregone conclu-
enter for Chinese Studies and economy has raised new fears of sion that they would be allowed
resent chairman of the Nation- a rebirth of Japanese militarism, in."
Committee on U.S.-China Rela- "China hopes to use the United "y
ons, spoke at the Ann Arbor States as a counter-weight to Cutisftmtl poe e
mcratic Partys weeklyALunch these Sao v i e t and Japanese cause of United States pressure no!
ox Forum, threats," he said. longer had any reason to vote
Ecksteiri explained that since Referring to the recent admis- against China. I have no idea why
1e 1969 Manchurian border clash sion of the People's Republic of the United States retained its fa-
etween China and Russia, the China to the United Nations Eck- cd ed ta To hin pitcy ad
'hinese have felt their world po- stein forecast great changes in continued to twist arms," he said.
tion would be in peril if both both the Security Council and Eckstein emphasized that to-
- - General Assembly. day's events are the culmination

Abortion Crimes Tribunal asks
for repeal of 'oppressive' laws

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"Previously in the Security of a long process rather than a
Council, any program agreed to sudden rash decision by Presi-
by the United States and Soviet dent Nixon.
Union was automatically passed," -
Eckstein said. "The Chinese will
attempt to block such collusion. Seek
They are very patient people and

By GLORIA JANE SMITH
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - The Abortion
Crimes Tribunal, a "judiciary'
organized by the Detroit Wo-
men's Abortion Action Coalition
(DWAAC), met here Tuesday to
hear testimony on laws which
"violate women's right to con-
trol their own bodies."
After nearly seven hours of
testimony, the Tribunal reach-
ed a verdict advocating the re-
peal of all laws that deny abor-
tion, enforce sterilization a n d
restrict contraception.
"We've been living a lie too
long," said Tribunal member
Mary McClendon, "and when
the actual facts are revealed, we
must realize the need for jus-
tice."
Speakers included Flo Ken-
nedy, attorney for a New York
abortion suit, and Dr. Keemer, a
Detroit physician who recently
announced that he has perform-
ed an abortion in Michigan.
No one was present to de-
fend the abortion laws. Cardinal
Dearden and Lieutenant Gover-
nor James Brickley had been in-
vited, but were unable to come.
Anti-abortionists argue t h a t
since the fetus is a person, abor-
tion is therefore manslaughter.
"In 30 years, I have s e e n
women maimed, damaged and
infected as a result of self-in-
flicted abortions," said Keemer,
executive board member of the
Detroit Medical Socity, a group

of 170 black professionals in De-
troit.
"The Society, unlike most
professional medical organiza-
tions, has unanimously support-
ed the repeal of abortion laws
for four years," he explained. .
"For a professional doctor to
align himself with victimized
women is courageous," Kennedy
said in praise of Keemer.
'This is the first meeting that
I have ever attended where a
doctor allied himself with abor-
tion repeal," she added.
Attacking the "Friends of the
Fetus" who, she claimed, show
'no consideration for women or
children," Kennedy discussed
the problem of "reversing t h e
process that makes w o m e n
moan."
While only women need abor-

tions, men alone have made the
laws that regulate abortion, she
said.
"We must struggle to end the
oppression of women by male
legislators, she said, urging the
audience to join her Nov. 20 for
the Women's March on Wash-
ing ton.
As an aditional strategy, Ken-
nedy suggested that anti-abor-
tion legislators who claim the
fetus is a person be confronted
with the demand for a tax
exemption for this "person".
Earlier in the afternoon, work-
shops were scheduled to dis-
cuss the legal aspects of abor-
tion, the high school women's
movement, the Black Women
United and the Women's March
on Washington.

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will wait until a compromise is
reached which is suitable to
them."
Eckstein said the Chinese are
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Day Calendar
Music School: Piano Dept. Student
Recital, Sch. of Mus. Recital Hall,
12:30 pm.
Prog. in Comparative Lit. & Ctr. for
Coord. of Ancient & Modern Studies:
R. Brower, Harvard Univ., "Verbal and
visual Translation of Myth: Neptune
in Vergil, Rubens, Dryden," Aud. A,
Angell Hall, 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: D. Yennie, Cornell
Univ., Space-time Phenomenology of
Photon Absorption in Deep Inelastic
Scattering," 1035 Randall Lab, 4 pm.
Internat'l Night: Yugoslavian and
Czechoslovakian food, Mich. League
Cafeteria, 5 pm.
Computing Center Short Course: T.

Schriber, "Introduction to Modeling
DiscreteSystems with GPSS," 146 Bus.
Ad., 7 pm.
Nat'l Caucus of Labor Committees:
Round table discussion, "The Current
Economic Crisis and Imminent World
Depression: Causes, Content, Solution,"
UGLI Multipurpose Rm, 7:30 pm.
Music School: University Philharmon-
ia, Hill Aud., 8 pm.
UAC Soph Show: "The Pajama
Game." Power Ctr., 8 pm.
Hillel Foundation: E. Fackenheim,
Univ. of Toronto, "Jewish Faith after
the Holocaust," 1429 Hill St., 8:30-:pm.
Internat'l Coffee Hour: Rive Gauche,
1024 Hill St., 9 pm.
Residential Coll. Astronomical Film
Festival: "Man and the Moon, Apollo,
8. Mariner Mars 1969," E. Quad Aud.,
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