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Wednesday, April 7, 1976
Bond attacks Carter

THE MICHKbAN U^ILT

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Party chiefs move to

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IN HIS lecture, Bond focused
on the role of blacks in the
American political system. Cit-
ing the decreasing political ac-
tivism of blacks, Bond attacked
advocates of non-involvement.
"People who tell blacks not to
get involved in the political sys-
tem is like telling a drowningI
man not to be in the water,"
Bond said.
He also urged the formation
of a national organization that
would encourage massive politi-
cal reforms.
THE SOFT-SPOKEN legisla-
tor, Georgia's youngest ever,
pointed to an incident at the
1972 Democratic convention to
illustrate his charges against
Carter. Before George McGov-
ern chose Senator Thomas Eag-
leton as vice-presidential nomi-
nee and again after Eagleton,

was dropped from the ticket,1
said Bond, Carter courted the
vice - presidential nomination.
Bond said Carter asked him to
suggest a Carter candidacy to
the McGovern camp, which he
says he did.t
Bond says that Carter now
denies any such incident.
"The point," he declared, "is
that Carter said it never hap-
pened. I say it did. Therefore,
one of us is a liar."j
AS FOR Carter's widely-al-
leged evasiveness on the issues,
Bond cited an article that de-
scribed a Carter appearance at
a Milwaukee YMCA.
"Someone asked him about;
school integration," said Bond,
"and he replied that he'd give
the same answer he gave in
Jackson, Florida. He then pro-
ceeded to say about half of what
he said in Jackson,"

Asked why Carter was receiv- i
ing such widespread support un
from blacks, Bond noted three
reasons.

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tain the party line. The news-

"FIT- THE'S a anti-Wa11,r~p'I

caddae},d" e1'" "" """ck""ae!IT SAID the Communist Party paper said it would be possime
candidate and we (blacks) hate should turn against the "cap- "to unite upwards of 95 per cent
Wallace," he noted. "Also, he italist roader" Vice-Premier of the cadres and masses... .
got an endorsement from Mar-
tin Luther King Sr. Finally, the Teng Hsiao-ping - and said In a warning against further
third reason is that the other "rabid resistance" was inevit- violence, the editorial declared:
candidates simply don't know able. 'Class enemies must be stopped
how or what to say to blacks." Teng, a political moderate, from spreadng rumors, creat-
Bond offered Rep. M o r r i s had been widely expected to ing disturbances, stirring u the
Udall, his favorite candidate, as succeed Premier Chou. But left- masses o fgt one anoter,
an example. ists apparently opposed his can- sabotaging the revolution and
didacy and Hua Kuo-Feng was disrupting production."
"UDALL DOESN'T know what named acting premier instead. THROUGHOUT the day trucks
to do with blacks," he said. "He Lashing out at Teng and his ferried large numbers of militia
has no advisors who can help supporters, the editorial referred I around the city and it was clear
him in that area." to class enemies who fabricated precautions had been taken in
Bond conceded that Carter had rumors, poisoned peoples' minds case of renewed violence.
a "pretty good record" as gov- and split the party's central b
The burned-out wrecks of
ernor in racial matters. committee. ..

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Concerning his own political
future, Bond said he currently
has no interest in running for
national political office. He was
once nominated for president but
he was too young to meet the
minimum age requirement. He
was also considered as a vice-
presidential candidate at the
1968 and 1972 Democratic con-
ventions.

SOME OBSERVERS have in-
terpreted the disorders as proof
that a powerful undercurrent of
support still exists for Chou's
policies and as a backlash
against the campaign to pull
down Teng.
The People's Daily appeared
to accept that there was a small
percentage who would not main-

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It was not known what had
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demonstrators who were still in
Tien An Men when the square
was cleared by the militia lastj
night. Groups were seen being
led into the ancient walled For-
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(Continued from Page 11 shooting people" that led to
not contradict the statements or Edwards' death, the lawyer
the investigation conducted by: added.
PUJ." PUJ is calling for a citywide
Deputy Police Chief Harold boycott of all Pump 'n' Pantry;
Olson declared that he hadn't stores, charging that "the Pump
"heard anything like that." 'n' Pantry corporation and its
"There is no such evidenceemploye Samuel Poston are as I
ther nwdeisnosuhevidence,'.responsible for the unjustified
to my knowledge," he said. and wrongful shootings as is the
Ann Arbor Police Department.
SPEARMAN emphasized that The group is also backing ef-
the citizens' group has no in- forts to appoint a Special Prose-
tention of excusing the officers cutor to consider the possibility
involved in the shootig. of lodging criminal -harges
"There was police murder in, against Poston for allegedly
this instance," he said. It was! phoning in a nonexistent felony,
the department's failure to in- and to examine the police pro-
vestigate Poston's phone call cedures regarding gun use,
"before they ran through the which Spearman termed "ar-
streets with guns in their hands, chaic."

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