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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 25, 1981-Page 7

AWACS
veto
looms

WASHINGTON (AP) - Despite
President Reagan's vow to "keep on
fighting" for approval of his arms
package for Saudi Arabia, the transac-
tion appeared headed for a
congressional veto unless the president
can pull off a political miracle of per-
suasion before the Senate vote Wed-
nesday.
Veto of the $8.5 billion arms deal that
includes fib AWACS radar planes
would be an embarrassing defeat for
theRepublican president who, until
now, has shown a remarkable ability to
get his way in tough confrontations with
Congress.
"THIS IS STILL eminently win-
nable," was the assessment of Senate
Republican leader Howad Baker, Jr. of
Tennessee, who is leading the fight to
avert a Senate veto.

But the Senate opponents appear to
have the numbers on their side.
The latest Associated Press survey of
the Senate found 52 opposing the sale, 36
supporting it and nine uncommitted. Of
the three remaining, one senator is
regarded as leaning toward supporting
eh package while two are leaning
against it.
The president plans to plunge back
into the battle with face-to-face
meetings tomorrow with senators. In-
tense lobbying by Reagan during the
past two weks won over some senators.
Just before Reagan left for the
economic summit in Cancun, Mexico, it
was looking as though he would pull out
another victory on Captial Hill. But his
momentum was halted when Senate
Democratic leader Robert Byrd of West
Virginia declared his opposition to the

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that the United States must not make
the same mistakes in its dealings with
China that it did in its policy toward the
Soviet Union.
In a rare interview to be broadcast by
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America is situated, and there nothing
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Solzhenitsyn, exiled from his
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broadcast in two parts on NBC's
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Solzhenitsyn is author of "The Gulag
Archipelago," a book about the Soviet
:network of prison camps, and other
works. LeBoutellier recently wrote an
article suggesting expansion of free
world communication to the Soviet
~Union.
SOLZHENITSYN said economic and
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States helped Joseph Stalin solidify his
dominant position in the Soviet Union in
the 1930's.
H "After the end of World War II," he
said, "the American administration,
without any obvious need, gave away to
Stalin all of Eastern Europe and
China."
ThW63-year-old writer said China "is
now comparable to the Soviet Union in
the'30s."
"In 30 or 40 years," he said, "you will
read the Chinese 'Gulag Archipelago,'
and you will be stunned, and you will
say, 'Well, we didn't know.' But you
must know, you must find out, you must
know today what's going on."
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