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Friday, March 19, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Friday, March 19, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Ideological differences Mechanics protest
c+mAuto Repair Act

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MOSCOW (P) - After months
of trying to play down its dif-
ferences with Western Europe's
independent-minded Communist
parties, the Kremlin is now pub-;
licly denouncing their ideas of
moderate "national" commun-
ism as heresy to the ideals of+
Marx and Lenin.
In a major speech Wednesday
night, chief Soviet ideologist
Mikhail Suslov spoke of t h e
Westerners in almost the same
terms the Soviets have used for
their chief ideological rival,
Maoist China. The Soviets have
now told both groups that Mos-
cow's understanding of Commun-
ist ideology is the right one and
that the Soviet Union will not 1

meet them halfway on prac:cal Suslov's assertion cuts against
and theoretical questions. a series of recent statements by
French and Italian Communist
THE theoretical points he rai- I party leaders who have called
sed may seem small to outside I for respect for the autonomy of
observers. But to Commun- each Communist party and re-
ists thoretical disputes can be cognition of national differenc-
even more vicious than practi- es.
cal ones because they involve
the basic philosophy the Com- BOTH the French and ialian
munist parties use to justify Communists are publicly com-
their actions. mitted to pursuing their o w n

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Everything opportunists p r e-
sent as some regional or na-
tional versions of Marxism have
nothing in common with revolu-
tionary theory and do harm to
the cause of the working class,"
Suslov told a meeting of the Sov-
iet Academy of Sciences.

brands of Marxism-Leninism as
well as to parliamentary means
of achieving power. The form-
ula appears to be paying off
with regional electoral victories
in both NATO countries, and
U.S. oficials, apprehensive about
the way the tide might turn,
have warned that any Commun-
ist participation in national gov-
ernment will cool relations with
Washington. The U.S. Embassy
in Rome repeated the warning
vesterdav and French Premier

LANSING (UPI) - Hundreds
of wreckers, vans, pickup trucks
and cars clogged the streets
surrounding the state capitol
yesterday morning in a massive
protest by Michigan auto me-
chanics opposed to the new Auto
Repair Act.j
Sen. John Welborn (R-Kala-I
mazoo) and Rep. Wayne Sack-
ett (R-Portage) told the angry
repairmen they will seek to re-
peal the law which will force
mechanics to meet state licens-.
ing requirements and give their
customers written estimates on
most repair work.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 137
Friday, March 19, 1976
is edited and managed by students
at the University of Michigan. News
phone 764-0562. Second class postage
paid at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109.
Published d a i1y Tuesday through
Sunday morning during the Univer-
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Arbor ~ 4 srihna 4AI Rii rttion

THE REPAIRMEN came in!
coveralls and work uniforms}
from all parts of the state,
cramming shoulder to shoulder
in the first floor of the capitol
and spilling out over the front!
lawn.
Many had whitewashed on
their vehicles slogans protest-
ing the new law, which was set
for a court challenge later to-
day in the Ingham County Cir-
cuit Court in Mason.
The mechanics, led by Ed
Carpenter of Lansing, say the
bill will result in higher prices
for their customers because of I
the paperwork required. They
also feel it represents too much
government contral.

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