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"The assigned coursework is not
going to change with credit hours,
and the committee should realize
that this is unfair," he said.
Some professors said the decision
has affected student enrollment in
the concentration programs.
"The major loss suffered by the
department is that fewer students
will be able to choose poli. sci. as a
second concentration because credit
won't allow it," said Prof. Wayne
DeFrancisco, a political science con-
centration adviser. "Hopefully, how-
ever, students with a genuine interest
will not be deterred."
Departmental statistics show a 15
to 18 percent drop in student enroll-
ment in political science classes
since the crcdit change took effect
LSA Curriculum Committee rep-
resentatives said, however, that a
drop in enrollment is not their goal.
Committee Chair Ruth Scobel
said, "The object of our curriculum
modifications is not to discourage
students from taking history or polit-
ical science classes. Students do not
choose classes for the amount of
credit given - they choose them for
their content, and that will not
But students said sometimes
content is not enough.
LSA senior Sara Riedner, presi-
dent of Phi Alpha Theta, the honors
history society, said, "This decision
is extremely frustrating not only be-
cause the higher-level classes de-
serve higher credit, but also because
the decision to change it was made
LSA junior Eric Stempien, presi-
dent of the Undergraduate Political
Science Association, agreed with
"I found the decision annoying
because we do exactly the same
amount of work and are given less
credit for it," Stempien said. "All we
can do, though, is express our con-
cern and hope the committee lis-
Some members of the depart-
ments said they are taking matters
into their own hands.
American history professor
Sidney Fine said he will add a dis-
cussion section to his class - "U.S.
History 1901 to 1933" - next fall to
compensate for the loss of credit.
Fine said the discussion section
idea is well-liked, but due to fund-
ing, may not be possible for many
Faculty in both departments said
they will continue to fight the credit
imiting welfare aid
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - "I would not advocate cu
Welfare undermines the family and ADC at this-time because so r
has become a trap and permanent
lifestyle for too many people, a con-
servative think tank said in a report
set for release today.
The Mackinac Center for Public
Policy issued several recommenda-
tions for changing Michigan's wel-
fare system, some of which drew
Group President Lawrence Reed
said he hoped the suggestions would
become part of a social welfare
strategy Gov. John Engler plans to
announce this spring.
"Welfare reform is very much on
the front burner in public policy na-
tionwide," Reed said.
The group's recommendations
include lowering to $393 from $436
grants for Aid to Families with
Dependent Children (ADC) recipi-
ents and placing a five-year time
limit on continuous grants.
"Research nationwide tends to
indicate the level of the grant does
not have much effect on whether or
not people come on welfare or get
off welfare," said Sen. Robert Geake
(R-Northville), chair of the Senate
appropriations subcommittee on so-
people depend on it, and there are so
few jobs available for those seeking
work. In the past 10 years or so,
there has been no substantial in-
crease in ADC benefits in Michigan,
'I would not advocate
cutting ADC at this
time because so many
people depend on it.'
- Sen. Robert Geake
but inflation has systematically re-
duced the buying power of the
Geake said he supports the rec-
ommendation to limit benefits for
recipients who choose to have more
children. He said he tried that ap-
proach before, but it was rejected in
the House and by the then-
Democratic Gov. James Blanchard.
The Mackinac Center also sug-
gested capping welfare benefits for
people who move to Michigan to the
level of benefits in the state they
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