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The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 7, 1980-Page 5
Thurmond to push death penalty


Thurmond (R-S.C.), prospective new
chairman of the Senate Judiciary
Committee, pledged yesterday to seek
a death penalty law next year and
elimination of what he called un-
necessary environmental and other
federal regulations.
Thurmond also told a news conferen-
ce that blacks and other minority
groups have nothing to fear from a con-
servative regime in 1981 when
Republicans take command of the
BLACKS, HE SAID, "have one of the
best friends they could have in me. I
believe in equality for all. I've always
tried to treat them fairly and
Thurmond, 77, once staunchly op-
posed civil rights legislation and was
prominent among the Southern
Democrats who, known as Dixiecrats,
opposed the civil rights platform of the
regular Democratic Party in 1948.
Thurmond switched his party af-
filiation to Republican in September
1964 and campaigned for GOP
presidential nominee Barry Goldwater
against President Lyndon Johnson, who
AP P had pushed the Civil Rights Act through
Congress a couple months earlier.
SEN. STROM THURMOND (R.-S.C.), urged by his four children yesterday TODAY, THURMOND says civil
to leave the podium during a Capitol Hill news conference, is expected to rights advocates misconstrued his old
replace Sen. Edward Kennedy as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Dixiecrat affilition. The issue was
' eublican Revolution'

"federal power vs. state power" and
not racial tolerance, he said yesterday..
Thurmond's views assumed a new
importance when Republicans seized
control of the Senate in Tuesday's elec-
tions for the first time since 1954, with
the GOP taking over chairmanships of
Senate committees. Thurmond is in line
to succeed liberal Sen. Edward Ken-
nedy (D-Mass.) as the Judiciary
Supporting a campaign promise of
President-elect Ronald Reagan. Thur-
mond said he would like to "see a lady
on the Supreme Court of the United
HE ADDED THAT "I wouldn't
hesitate to confirm" a black to the
court, but said it was "not absolutely
necessary" to have one replace Justice
Thurgood Marshall when he leaves the
Marshall, 72, the court's only black
justice, has been ailing in recent years
but has displayed no intention of
resigning or retiring.
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WASHINGTON (AP )-Labor Republican Revolut
Secretary Ray Marshall cried at a staff Republicans not on]
meeting. but, for the first tim
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader century, control of th
said Ronald Reagan's election is "a sad CONSERVATIVE
day for civil liberties and civil rights." Republican heaven.
BUT HUMORIST Art Buchwald was And many Wash
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Official Washington and its court "I found myself
jesters reacted to news of a Reagan relief," said an offic
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(Continued from Page 1) will make Richard
eldt George Bush at his side, also spring chicken," Na
made these points:
sHe would not rule out at this early F
stage running for re-election in 1984,
adding, "I feel just fine."
4 He does not believe his election
politically disenfranchised any oci
segment of the population and pledged
to "aggressively pursue" equal rights
for women even though he opposes the
Equal Rights Amendment. Free coffee,
He hopes to name his Cabinet by (7:30-11:30.
late November or early December. breads (1:15.
Asked whether he will make an effort to
recruit blacks and other minorities for
Cabinet posts, Reagan said, "These will
be considerations of course .. . yes, we
will be looking at that." He said he
might even consider a Democrat or
* He views his victory as a mandate
to pursue his economic policies, which
include a 30 percent tax cut spread out
over three years and at least a 2 percent
reduction a year in the rate of growth of «4Julian
government spending. a great n
He said that although he views interre
human rights as important, he would
not turn away from a country that has He shout
been friendly to the United States even missed!
though there may be a dispute on this
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ion" which gave genius at provoking op
ly the presidency sad day for civil libe
t in a quarter of a rights. The man has n
e Senate as well. of these. He's been livin
ES were in land.
Nader also predicted
hingtonians were presidency will be bad
hical about it. "Recalls of cars wil
feeling enormous Energy prices will go u
cial at the Depar- oil companies will incre
nd Urban Develop- At the Supreme Court
here 13 years. "As may well have a chanc(
ve, the future is changes, law clerks g
er were re-elected. building's cafeteria to
agan is not sunny, pressions.
clear." OVERHEARD from
ill, who spent most great step forward for
hs campaigning for of rich, white men."
e-election, said the Organized laborg
ed a staff meeting worked for Reagan's d
feared his election far li
t they can be proud of long-time Democrati
they would remain ruled the Senate for a ge
ide who was there. with a friendly ey
n his eyes, and he legislative concerns.
w sentences." Faced now with a fa
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Ie." Republican president,
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