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May 02, 1979 - Image 16

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Page 16-Wednesday, May 2, 1979-The Michigan Daily

Soviet
military in
May Day
parade
From AP and Reuter
Worker solidarity, the stuff of
traditional May Day rallies, took a back
seat in many nations yesterday to
themes of austerity, revolution, age-old
national rivalries and future uncertain-
ty.
" The Chinese, battling to modernize
their country, were told to practice
economy.
" Iranians hailed their Islamic
revolution.
" Iraqis, violently opposed to the
Egyptian-Israeli peace, burned
President Anwar Sadat in effigy.
* President Sadat accused Saudi
Arabia of paying other Arabs to break
relations with Egypt.
" The Syrians and Jordanians lashed
out against Israel.
" The Taiwanese were told to unite
behind their government, recently cut
loose from its long alliance with the
United States.
AT THE MORE traditional Moscow
celebration, aging President Leonid
Brezhnev trudged slowly to the top of
See SOVIETS, Page 28
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MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS were held yesterday in Moscow, Peking, Tehran, the Middle East, and other major world cities.
This May Day Parade in Paris yesterday afternoon was marred by a clash of French workers demonstrating for the right
to work, and the right to strike, with French riot policemen.

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