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"Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 10, 1984
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The Kasdan Scholarship in Creative Writing
The Jeffrey L Weisberg Freshman Poetry Award
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Wednesday, April 11,4 p.m.
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Chinese authorities make sure avid readers such as this bookstore browser buy only "approved" authors. Kafka's
The Trial and Joseph Heller's Catch 22 are available in translation because they depict the absurdities of capi-
talism. Sartre and George Orwell are off limits.
Nicaragua files suit against U.S.

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ment on the CIA's reported involvement.
Coincidentally, President Reagan
signed a proclamation yesterday
designating May 1 as Law Day in the
United States and said that "without
law there can be no freedom."
THE SENATE began debate last
night on a non-binding resolution by
Sen. Edward Kennedy, .(D-Mass.), that
federal tax revenue should not be used
to finance the mining and that the
United States should withdraw its
challenge to the World Court's jurisdic-
tion.
The House resolution, which would
only express congressional sentiment,
was introduced by Rep. Thomas
Downey (D-N.Y.), who said the
mining is "completely self-defeating.
There is no better way to put resolve in
the Nicaraguan government than for
the United States to actively lay siege to
the country."
Rep. Michael Barnes (D-Md.),
chairman of the House Foreign Affairs
subcommittee on Western Hemisphere

affairs, said he was "shocked that the
president shows so little respect for in-
ternational law."
HE SAID his subcommittee would
hold immediate hearings on what he
called "this shameful episode" regar-
ding the World Court.
After filing Nicaragua's complaint at
The Hague, Ambassador Carlos
Arguello told a news conference that his
government has asked the court to rule
that "all actions against Nicaragua
that are supported by the United States
are illegal."
"Nicaragua has presented a demand
asking for a declaration in depth on the
violations and aggressions of the United
States," Nicaraguan Ambassador to
the Netherlands, Carlos Arguello, told
the. official government radio station,
Le Voz de Nicaragua.
"THESE activities include the
mining of ports, the destruction of
bridges, hospitals and airports and all
military attacks against my country,"
Arguello said in an interview in The
Hague.

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...opposes port mining

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