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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - It's October,
days before the presidential election,
and the scrappy challenger ratchets up
hiĀ§ attack on the incumbent's ethics,
actusing him of misdeeds, political
Wars and a coverup "significantly
er" than even Watergate itself.
- Bob Dole in 1996? No, it was the
Clinton-Gore campaign four years ago,
mounting a month-long assault on what it
described as a pattern of secrecy, obstruc-
tion of justice and dirty tricks by the
qdniinistration of President Bush.
Now, President Clinton is the light-
ning rod for character issues, as
Republicans have tried to exploit
Whitewater and several other investiga-
ns that have dogged his administra-
ion. Dole has promised a campaign
finale that will focus intently on the
president's public conduct.
Recent American political history has
plenty of ethical lows, ranging from
'President Nixon with Watergate and
Nice President Spiro Agnew to the
Reagan-Bush years with their record-
setting number of forced resignations
,and the Iran-Contra scandal.
*One Dole attack ad that the campaign
,ordered pulled before it aired - but

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ues re-surface in '96

which ran once on CNN - asserted
that Clinton had the worst ethics record
"in over two decades."
In San Diego, the site of their second
and final debate, Dole said, "We have
seen more than 30 Clinton officials
investigated, fired or forced to resign
due to ethical improprieties. We have
seen four independent counsels at work,
three investigating members of the
Cabinet and one looking at the presi-
dent himself."
After citing controversies surround-
ing the handling of sensitive FBI files,
the White House travel-office firings
and improper contributions to the
Democratic National Committee, Dole
added, "I remember all the criticism in
the Reagan and Bush days ... by some
of the very people now who are being
self-righteous. .:. No administration has
shown more arrogance. But few have
displayed more ethical failures."
Watergate remains the granddaddy of
them all, the scandal by which all others
leading -to the Oval Office are judged.
In the aftermath of the June 16, 1972,
break-in at Democratic headquarters,
30 Nixon administration officials, cam-
paign officers and financial contribu-
tors pleaded or were found guilty of

breaking the law.
Of those, 19 of the president's aides
went to jail, serving sentences of one to
52 months. Nixon received an uncondi-
tional presidential pardon one month
after he left office.
"On a one-to-10 scale, Watergate was
a 10, and everything else is a four," said
J. Brad Coker, who runs the Maryland-
based Mason-Dixon Political Media
Research polling firm. "Since
Watergate, this country has had
wannabe scandals that never amounted
to much. Everything has a "-gate'
behind it to the point where everybody's
getting numb."
In President Carter's single term,
budget director Bert Lance and brother
Billy Carter were major headaches, and
the White House had to contend with
allegations that some senior staff used
drugs.
In Ronald Reagan's eight years in
office, more than 100 officials were
accused of illegal or unethical conduct,
and several senior officials - including
secretaries of interior, labor and defense
- were indicted or convicted. Both of
Reagan's attorneys general battled alle-
gations of ethical violations. Nine inde-
pendent counsels conducted inquiries.

CHRIST
Continued from Page 1A
at Michigan, not Berkeley.
She will be subject to an open inter-
view by the University Board of
Regents at the Gerald R. Ford Library
on North Campus from 9-11 a.m. From
2-4 p.m., Christ will participate in a
town meeting with members of the
University community.
LSA senior Jennifer Norris, the only
undergraduate on PSAC, said students
should make an effort to form opinions
about Christ and the other three nomi-
nees.
"The student body needs to learn
more about the candidates," Norris
said.
Norris suggested they search the
Web, send e-mail to friends at other
schools and read current publications to
form opinions.
One student had nothing but praise
for Christ's abilities.
"I thought she was a wonderful, bril-
liant woman," said Berkeley junior
Renee DalI, a liaison between the stu-
dent government and administration.
"She's been extremely accessible to stu-
dents."
Dali said Christ frequently meets
with student leaders and keeps them
informed of events at Berkeley. She
said Christ has a good perspective on
the many facets of a large university,
and that she "has a great spirit."
Goldstein said Christ is "a quick
study" and was accessible when he
needed to meet her.
"There are a lot of people who
answer to her," Goldstein said. "I never
felt that if I had a problem or an issue, I

couldn't get to her."
He also said Christ frequently teach-
es first-year seminars, and puts "a lot of
preparation" into her role as teacher.
Goldstein said she is ready to be a uni-
versity president - at either Michigan
or Berkeley.
Christ, a specialist in Victorian litera-
ture, has been provost and vice chancel-
lor at Berkeley since 1994 - the first
woman to serve in these posts.
Previously, she served as dean of
humanities and chair of the English
department.
Included in Christ's academic
accomplishments is the publication of

three works analyzing the poems of T.S.;
Eliot, alongside 12 other articles,
including "Painting the Dead:.
Portraiture and Necrophilia in Victorian'
Art and Poetry."
In a statement, Christ said she is
looking forward to today's trip to Ann
Arbor.
"The opportunity to lead a great pub-
lic university is certainly worth explor-
ing," Christ said in a prepared state-
ment.
"I look forward to going to the
University of Michigan so that we can
get mutually acquainted and I can learn
more about the institution.'

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Ability to lift 50 pounds. Accepts daily
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Rotates stock to ensure freshness. Maintains
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Mon.-Fri., 9-11 A.M., $7/hr.
Call Kathy at 763-2085.
(Will Consider 2 students to share hours).
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TELEMARKETERS needed no sales. Our
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Forniore information call Jason Hill @ 800/
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THE COMMONS CAFE on North Campus
hiing bussers, servers and cashiers.
tible hours, great money. Call Tim at 764-
7535.
TP1E PRODUCE STATION is looking for
great people to work for us at our Merchant
of Vino location. All you need is the willing-
ness to work hard & a positive outlook. Flex.
schedules. Early morning & eve. shifts avail.
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NlIVERSITY CATERING waitstaff
needed. Early mornings a must. Flexible
hours. Great money, full or part-time. Apply
in person at the Pierpont Commons Catering
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WORK AT HOME
Earn $300-$700+/wk. assembling various
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RK-STUDY office assistants help to
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Call JoAnne at 764-7230. EEO/AA.
child care
HYSITTER WANTED: mature, for
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$ABYSITTER NEEDED for lovely 3 mo.
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BABYSITTERIHOUSEKEEPER 2 days/
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CAREGIVER in our home 20-25 hrs./wk.
lion-smoker, pet lover, experienced,
references, own transportation required call
Chrissi 665-2358.
CHILD CARE Energetic exp. non-smoker
needed for 2 children in NE Ann Arbor. 2 - 5
afternoons per week. Excellent pay, ref. req.
-9443.

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and studio. Drop by at Adventures in Chess,
220 S. Main (near Liberty) or call John at
665-0612.
WHAT'S WRONG
WITH THIS
PICTURE?
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How-to: Call us at 764-0557, stop by our
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Your family will
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UNDERGRADUATE LAW CLUB social
mixer on Oct. 23 at Dominick's at 6 p.m.
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SPRING BREAK SPECIAL at Stamos
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STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
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