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The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 16, 1992- Page 7

Speaker criticizes
.Democrats for
weak candidates

by Scott Roush
Daily Staff Reporter
Peter Brown, a journalist, spoke
to students at the Union last night
:bout Minority Party, his book
*,which assails the Democratic party
;,for losing the stronghold they had on
politics during the last 25 years.
Speaking to a largely Democratic
audience, Brown criticized the party
For losing the crucial "swing vote"
the non-partisan 18 to 25 percent
of the population which is needed to
win the presidential election.
Brown said "Republicans have
adjusted better to changes" in the
country. He added that Democrats
still feel "liberal guilt" and they need
to concentrate on the economic
growth of the country.
LSA senior Jon Polish said, "I
Agree with the majority of his argu-
nent, but I'm not completely con-
vinced about his thesis." He dis-
agreed with Brown that Democrats
themselves are at fault fojr losing the
presidency.
Brown said there are three things
that the voters want from a presi-
dent: a person who can manage the
economy, be a strong commander-
in-chief and who has the same moral
values as the public.
He also said Democrats have had
no candidates in the past who could
be strong on foreign policy. Brown
said Bill Clinton best exemplifies his

ideal Democratic candidate.
In his book, Brown said the
northeastern part of the country is no
longer the center of the country. The
southern states are more representa-
tive of the typical voter and the
Democrats have failed to recognize
the change, he added.
Brown also said, "The
Republicans know how to use tele-
vision, while Democrats are kids by
comparison." He brought up exam-
ples during the 1988 presidential
campaign when Michael Dukakis
appeared weak on television because
of his lack of response to charges
against him, and President Bush
showed confidence about the issues.
Some students said the
Democrats need to show the faults of
the Reagan and Bush presidencies.
Polish said, "It's impossible for
the Republicans to have a monopoly
on emotional issues such as the
Willie Horton incident or the flag-
burning controversy."
While Brown agreed that an issue
about values and ethics would be
good for the Democrats to use
against the Republicans, he believed
the Democrats need to focus on eco-
nomic growth in order to win back
the White House.
The meeting was sponsored by
College Democrats, LSA-student
government and MSA.

Ring around the collar
Sen. Helen Gordon Davis (D-Tampa) wears a toilet seat around her neck as she celebrates the passage of her "potty parity" bill Friday evening.
The bill requires bathroom facilities open to the public to provide women with three toilets for every two men's toilets or urinals.

AP PuTu

Senate Assembly to elect advisory board today

David Wartowski
Daily Faculty Reporter
The Senate Assembly is meeting
this afternoon in Rackham
Amphitheater to elect new members
to its advisory board.
Faculty members will also ad-
dress the Assembly concerning the
appropriateness of the University's
corporate model.

Faculty members running for a
seat on the Senate Advisory
Committee on University Affairs
(SACUA) are Business
Administration Professor Elaine
Didier, Botany Professor Harry
Douthit, Chemistry Professor Henry
Griffin, Music Professor Rosemary
Russell, Pharmacology Professor
Charles Smith, and Engineering

Professor Richard Woods.
Outgoing members of SACUA
are Engineering Walter Debler,
Pharmacology Professor Peggie
Hollingsworth, and Natural
Resources Professor and SACUA
chair James Diana.
SACUA elected current member
Physics Professor Donald Bord and

English Professor and Vice-chair
Ejner Jensen last month to the posi-
tions of vice-chair and chair.
Academic Affairs Advisory
Committee Chair Thomas Dunn,
who will be presenting one of the
addresses said he hopes the address
will lead to a discussion on the cor-
porate model.

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