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Page 2-Thursday, August 9, 1979-T
Chinese
PEKING (AP) - Hundreds of
tattered, unemployed Chinese from
near and far-flung provinces staged a
sit-in yesterday on the crimson and gold
doorstep of the Chinese government.
Their grievances varied, their demand
was the same: Help us.
They were not the winter's dissidents
and idealists of "Democracy
Wall"-just west of broad Chang An
Avenue. They didn't talk of human
rights. Their cry was for the basics:
jobs, housing, food, righted
wrongs-mostly jobs.
ABOUT 400 protesters arrived in the
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unemployed stage sit-in
morning at Chungnanhai, part of the and at a distance by a handful of self heard. He said he had jc
imperial Forbidden City where the soldiers and about 30 police officers in revolution at age 16, and wor
government sits, the Central Commit- white. on a commune. But he h
tee lives, and Chairman Hua Guofeng Yesterday's protesters were a shab- denounced as counter-revol
(Hua Kuo feng4 resides. by, tired, and foiled lot, the pockets of during the Cultural Revolution
They would stay, several vowed, un- discontent in what is billed as new
til someone listened to their complaints socialist China. They have become the
and did something. Most grievences street people of Peking, itinerant BU L T
stemmed from the Cultural Revolution protesters who made their pilgrimages
and "Gang of Four" years, they said. from as far away as Xinjiang WASHINGTON (AP)-A
TheGangofFour-thelateChairman (Sinkiang) and Qinhai (Tsinghai) judge yesterday gave the CIA*
Mao Tse tung's widow and three other provinces. 1 to either reveal names of ins
radicals-have been discredited and Those who were interviewed said that participated in t
reportedly imprisoned. they were not organized. Reporters modification experiments or
THAT ERA WAS when the demon- were not permitted to speak with them legal way to keep them secret.
strators lost their jobs and loved ones on the premises or to take pictures. But U.S. District Judge Louis O
and when they suffered persecution and some accompanied reporters who were also said the agency may
imprisonment, they said. Now the ordered to move along and not to block researchers involved in the,
times are changed but still they are out traffic. MX-Ultra project and deter
of work. "WE ALL CAME to Peking to have Oct. 1 whether they object to r
No violence was reported at the gate, our wrongs righted, many different, their names.
which bears the words of the late wrongs. We want someone to listen and The CIA previously relea
Chairman Mao: "Serve the People." help us," said Chao Ju Chieh, 51, of names of the following univers
There was no official comment and Heilungjiang Province. "Where else participated in the experi
protesters said they had not been per- are we to go?" Michigan, Cornell, Stanford c
mitted to see any Community Party or A haggard man with wild eyes and Medicine, Princeton, Harv
government officials. waving arms, he shouted to make him- Massachusetts Institute of Tec
BY 9 P.M. LOCAL time, the number
of protesters had dwindled to about 150, ili vetoes
who sat quietly, talking, smoking, and M l en vetoes$10t
fanning themselves in the thick heat.
Thousands of curious bicyclists and
passersby converged on the midsum-statea tunair
mer night's scene not far from Tien An
Men square. But they were kept moving s continued~ fromP,ge 1)

oined the
ked hard
ad been
utionary
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federal
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ements:
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