The Michigan Daily-Sunday, November 16, 1980-Page 7
Institute urges 50s-era patrol
From AP and UPI
WASHINGTON - President-elect Ronald
iteagan and the new Congress-should take a har-
der line against domestic radicals, including
r'eviving congressional internal security com-
mittees, an influential conservative group said
The Heritage Foundation, in a 3,000-page
:report, also advises Reagan to hike defense
;spending, roll back federal programs for
minorities, and curtail regulators.
r"MANY OF THE current restrictions on inter-
nal security functions arose from legitimate but
often poorly informed concern for the civil liber-
ties of the citizen and the responsibility of the
;government," the report said. "While these are
legitimate concerns, it is axiomatic that in-
dividual liberties are secondary to the
requirement of national security and internal
The group also suggests Reagan use food as a
weapon in international affairs, cut taxes and
spending in virtually all areas except defense,
and abolish the Energy Department.
It recommends in several departments -
Justice, Education and Commerce - steps be
taken to cut back federal programs that force
private industry and colleges to give preference
A MAJOR QUESTION is how much attention
Reagan will pay to the report.
His top aides said they will give it a careful
reading, but were not specific about how much
impact on policy it will have.
Foundation Director Ed Feulner Jr. said
Reagan transition director Ed Meese was given
a copy of the report last week and told him "he
would rely heavily on it."
THE HOUSE Internal Security Committee,
formerly known as the House Committee on Un-
American Activities, was disbanded in 1975 and
the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Internal
Security was abolished in 1978.
Internal security committees achieved wide
prominence in the early 1950s when the late Sen.
Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.), conducted hearings
on alleged communist infiltration of the gover-
nment, labor unions, and other areas of
Besides reviving at least one internal security
committee in Congress, the conservative group
called for ending restrictions that ban mail
openings by the FBI, require prior approval
from the president and attorney general before
the FBI-can conduct break-ins, and only permit
investigation of political groups when they are
suspected of criminal activity.
It also recommended appointment of an attor-
ney general, FBI director, and judges who have
an understanding of extremist groups, and
restoration of the attorney general's "list of sub-
Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.), who will take
over the Senate Judiciary Committee in January
when the new Republican-controlled Senate is
seated, has made no decision on reviving the in-
ternal security panel.
4COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -The
president of Ohio State University
yesterday responded to a $5.4 million
cut in the state budget by annbuncing
Immediate freeze on hiring and on
tlie purchase of any equipment costing
more than $500.
President Harold Enarson told the
University Senate that the university
was forced to take emergency
measures to reduce its budget by $10.8
million, or about two per cent of the
current $519.5 million.
ENARSON SAID that effective im-
mediately all hiring has been frozen ex-
cept when necessary to protect health
and safety or to meet contractual
He said the university has halted the
purchase of all scientific, instructional,
:office, or other equipment costing more
than $500. He also said he had imposed
-inew spending limits on each ad-
-inistrative unit of the university.
Last week, the state announced it was
eutting its budget by three percent, ef-
Jective Dec. 15. The reduction followed
another three percent cut imposed last
In a statement to the university body,
:Enarson said there was "absolutely no
.yay we can sustain cuts of $10.8 million
:n. this year alone without considering
we possibility of a further increase in
Enarson said any increase proposed
o the 'board of trustees would not ex-
at the Ark
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ment. As a first time viewer, I was im-
pressed with his energy and delighted
-by his spontaneity. Yet, underneath the
-charm, I am all too aware that the ap-
parent openness is as much a part of his
'act" as the music is. Again, the music
is enthralling and the technique ver-
'satile, but for that I can buy the albums.
In the bottom of my stomach is the fear
-that next time I see Bryan Bowers, he
will tell the same well-executed stories
which, no matter how amusing or
profound, will never affect me so
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Enarson said the university was
-"required to bear more than 10per
'cent" of the state budget cut. "And
nearly half of the entire cut has been
imposed on the 64 state-assisted
colleges and universities," he said.
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