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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 16, 1 971

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, July 16, 1971

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China experts expect admission to UN

Continued fromPigel:
ready to abandon the two-China
policy." Murphey said.
Murphey disclosed that lie had
visited the mainland Chinese
Embassy in Ottawa last week.
and had discussed with the
Chinese there the question of
the two-China policy.

"They told me that it was not
acceptable," Murphey said.
Research Associate at the
Center for Chinese Studies Rob-
ert F. Williams, who ie one of
only a small number of Ameri-
cans to have visited China, for
any length of time, said that he
had been expecting relations be-

Nixon to visit People's China

(Condtinled from Page 1)
tion of relations between the two
countries and also to exchange
views on questions of concern
to the two sides."
Nixon said in anticipation of
inevitable speculation about U.S.
policy, he wanted to make clear
that "our action in seeking a new
relationship with the People's
Republic of China will not be at
the expense of our old friends."
In Washington, the ambassador
of Nationalist China, James Shen,
said news of the trip "will be re-
ceived with considerable shock
and disbelief in Taipei," the Capi-
tal of the Nationalist Chinese
government an Formosa.

Nixon said the mission and
policy "is not directed against
any other nation. We seek friend-
ly relations with all nations.
"Any nation can be our friend
without being any other notion's
enemy," he said.
He said he had taken the action
because of a conviction that all
nations will gain from an easing
of tensions and a better relation-
ship between the United States
and China.
"It is in this spirit that I will
undertake what I deeply. hope
will become a journey for peace,
peace not just for our genera-
tion but for future generations on
this earth we share together."
Nixon said.

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Thegrem entconeninmeor- the Study of Far East Asia, said
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mosa," Williams said, "because will simply have to leave the U.N.
there would have been no invi-
tatin wthot suh a agee- and function as a nation state
tio ithut such a agree- similar Korea or the two-er-
"Taiwan will become a prov- ianies."
ince of China, ir at the very "It means that we are finally
least, it will be neutralized as a recognizing the People's Repub-
power in Asia. The move indi- lie of China as the legitimate
cates a shift to the right in Chinese government," Munro
Peking and a shift to the left in said, adding that he had not ex-
Washington with the U.S. mov- pected such diplomatic progress
ing closer to Pakistan and China at this time."
at the expense of the Soviet Ristory Prof. Albert Feter-
Union and India."
Associate Prof. Richard Solo- werker said he "can't imagine
mian, another member of the Cen- that the U.S. ill fight very haid
ter for Chinese Studies, predicted against admitting China to the
the invitation indicated that "the U.N although the Nixon admin-
Chinese swant to solve their out- istration might go through the
standing security issue--Ta- motions of opposing her entry."
wan - before the Japanese ac- Feuerwerker said he was "as-
quire the strength to oppose thes: tonished" at the news of the in-
in the area." vitation, adding that "none of us,
Solomon noted that the invita- left, right or center, have ever
tion is "very helpful for Nixon" been able to predict events in
and that it might go a "long way" China."
Youth talky on new majority age
(contunued from Page I fects the liberalization will have.
Fears that the new drinking Reaction to the other portions
age will create increased prob- of the legislation including the
lems of law enforcement have granting of the right to enter into
been a major source of concern legal contracts and to sue or be
among certain elements of the sued seemed to be generally
community. positive.
While admitting that police Rather than being fearful about
"might have to worry more about the increased responsibilities of
16 and 17 year olds drinking," their new legal status, most of
Deputy Police Chief Harold 01- those interviewed, expressed the
son, said it is "difficult at this opinion that 18 year olds should
time to predict" exactly what ef- be treated as adults.
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