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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 13, 1977

Carter says Nixon
'violated the law'

(Continued from Page l)
ion and its Warsaw Pact allies.
ON OTHER TOPICS, Carter
said:
-Israel continues to have a
special relationship with the
United States but, "I don't think
that there can be any reason-
able hope for a settlement of
the Middle Eastern question
. . . without a homeland for
the Palestinians." But he said
details on such a homeland
should await further negotia-
tions.
-FBI agents should not be
immune from prosecution on
charges of illegal entries car-
ried out while they may have
been on assignment. Carter,
saying the agents merit "no
special excuse," endorsed Atty.
Gen. Griffin Bell's handling of
investigations into FBI activities
that already have led to one
federal court indictment.
-Sen. George McGovern, (D-
S.D,), - the 1972 Democratic
presidential candidate,. was
"mistaken" in arguing last
weekend that Carter's economic
policies closely resemble those
of former Republican President
Gerald Ford. Carter cited a va-
riety of social welfare plans he
has proposed, ranging from

more public works to special ef-
forts to combat youth unemploy-
ment.
CARTER PICTURED McGov-
ern as the only prominent Dem-
ocrat who has questioned his
programs. But when asked if
there was a danger of losing lib-
eral support, he said, "There's
always that danger." He de-
scribed the'liberals in the Dem-
ocratic party as "very difficult
to please."
The president said he does
not view McGovern or Califor-
nia Gov. Edmund Brown as po-
litical threats in the next presi-
dential election, jokingly sug-
gesting that he might not be
interested in seeking re-election
in 1980. "I feel quite secure in
my position," Carter said.
Back in the international area,
Carter said he could not set a
target date for achieving full
diplomatic relations with China
because of problems in settling
long-standing monetary claims
between the two countries and
difficulties over Taiwan.
HE TALKED ANEW of a de-
termination to balance the fed-
eral budget before his four-year
term expires. And he said he
hoped Congress will vote early
next year to overhaul the wel-
fare system.

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