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Friday, August 1, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday2 August 1, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Ning

DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
(Continued from Page 8)
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DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Brezhnev calls for reductions

(Continued from Page 1)
perilous ground for the cause of
international cooperation."
The remarks were subject to
varying interpretations.
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer, Who described Brezh-
nev's speech as "conciliatory,"
indicated to neWsmen that the
Soviet leader might be modify-
ing the so-called "Brezhnev
doctrine" used to justify the
Soviet-led invasion of Czecho-
slovakia in August 1968.
THE SOVIETS defended the
invasion by arguing that social-
ism in that country was im-
periled by "reactionary forces"
under the liberal Communist re-
gime of Alexander Dubcek. The
Soviets maintained they were
obliged to intervene as defend-
ers of the Communist bloc and

were invited to do so by "pro-
gressive" meaning pro-Soviet,
elements in the country.
British Prime Minister Har-
old Wilson also indicated he
took Brezhnev to mean he was
modifying this principle.
Asked about Brezhnev's
speech at a news conference,
Wilson replied: "I take serious-
ly what he said here. I wonder
what the fate of some other
nations would be if they (the
Soviets) made that proclama-
tion 10 years ago. If you look
at Czechoslovakia, I think that
statement is of very great sig-
nificance,"
BUT BREZHNE V
and the controlled Soviet news
media have used the same lan-
guage on the principle of non-
interference to complain of ef-

forts by U.S. congressmen, par
ticularly Sen. Henry Jackson.
(D-Wash.), to link East-West
detente to Soviet emigration
policies.
The President's offer tH
Turkey came during a break-
fast meeting between the Tur-
kish Prime Minister Suleymar
Demirel. Kissinger said the
President made the offer unde
provisions of U.S. law that al-
low him to waive a ban on
arms aid to Turkey if it is in
the American national interest.
Demirel rejected the offer as
contradictory, Kissinger ex-
plained.
"Turkey takes the positior
that it is contradictory to give
$50 million as a gift when it
can't buy arms or take deliv-
ery on arms already purchas-
See BREZHNEV, Page 10

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