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-! I IE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 7, 1976

Page Ten Il1E MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 7, 1 976

Defense
policy hit
in debate

(Continued from Page 1) t
repeatedly said Carter appar-
ently did not know the facts.
Each accused the other of mis-;
statements.
Carter said the administra-
tion has been outbargained by
the Soviet Union; Ford said de-
tente has been a two-way ex-
ercise, beneficial to the United
States.
CARTER SLAPPED, TOO, at
Kissinger who, he said, has op-
erated as "the President of this1
country" in foreign affairs. I
"Mr. Ford and Mr. Kissinger
have continued on with the poli-I

cies and failures of Richard
Nixon," Carter said. "Even the!
Republican platform has criti-1
cized the lack of leadership in

singer would have started an- more." But later in the de- can debate methods, we can,
other Vietnam in Angola, had bate, he said "militarily, we debate one decision or another,
they not been stayed by public are as strong as any nation on but there are two things which
outcry. earth." cannot be debated - experi-

Mr. Ford." ence and results.''-
Mater. Ford." ferring to lan Responding to a question that THE 90 - MINUTE match in
Carterns referringtoan- listed the foreign policy suc- the old, ornate Palace of Fine a Ford said he offers both.
guage inserted in the platform cesses of the past two years, Arts was sharper in tone, with .America is strong, America
Sby backers of Ronald Reagan, Carter said: "I think the Re- more crossfire between the can- is free, America is respected
wholca opedsFod fomtheR- publican administration has didates than during their first America is at peace with
tpublican presidential nomina- been almost all style and spec- encounter in Philadelphia two freedom."
tacular, and not substance." weeks ago. CARTER repeatedly criticiz-
THE Democratic candidate He said that as President, he Ford, by virtue of a success- ed the administration for a
said Ford and Kissinger have would bring openness and mor- ful flip of a coin, had the last course he said was at odds with
functioned in secret, excluding ahty to American policy word. "As we have seen to- traditional American values.
the American people from the At the outset, Carter said night, foreign policy and de- He said that was shown sharp-'
shaping of foreign policy. Car- "our country is not strong any fense policy are difficult and ly by administration handling
ter said that Ford and Kis- more, we're not respected any complex issues," he said. "We of the Arab boycott against

companies dealing with Israel
and in some cases against firms
with Jewish directors.
He said it is "a disgrace that
so far Mr. Ford's administra-
tion has blocked the positive
legislation" that would force
disclosure of companies that
have heeded the boycott, and
thus prevent it from continuing.
Ford said Carter was inac-
curate on that subject. He said
he was the first President to
act against the Arab practice,
and announced that the Com-
merce Department will publicly
list the companies involved to-

day. "The Congress failed to
do it and we intend to do it,"
he said.
THE PRESIDENT also used
the televised debate forum to
disclose that Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko had
ihdicated the Soviet Union is
interested "in narrowing the dif-
ferences" to seek progress in
the stalemated SALT II nego-
tiations on strategic nuclear
arms.
Ford said such an agreement
must be reached by Oct. 3, 1977,
t avoid "an all-out nuclear arms
race."

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