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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 8, 1999 - 7A

S
BALKANS
Continued from Page 1A
angered Americans and boosted sup-
port for U.S. participation in the mili-
tary campaign, according to a new
Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Predictions by Clinton administration
officials that Milosevic's campaign
st civilians would turn into politi-
c' support for commitment in the
Balkans appeared to be fulfilled; the
poll showed that two in three
Americans believe the United States
has a "moral obligation to establish
peace in Kosovo."
An unmanned U.S. Army recon-
naissance plane was shot down over
Yugoslavia, but otherwise U.S. and
NATO officials reported another day
of, good weather permitted the

alliance to increase the pace of its
air attacks against Yugoslav troops
and security police. U.S. A-10 tank-
killer planes and combat jets from
the carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt
were active in attacking Yugoslav
units in Kosovo, Pentagon officials
said.
As usual, NATO briefers gave few
details about what targets have been
hit. British Air Commodore David
Wilby, speaking for the alliance,
said the bombing has "degraded the
integrated air defense system,
attacked command-and-control cen-
ters communications nodes, logistic
supplies such as ammunition and
petroleum, military repair facilities
and carefully selected bridges,
which will directly affect the resup-
ply of (Yugoslav) forces."

POLISH
Continued from Page IA
After negotiations ended on April 5, 1989,
the road was paved for free elections in which
Poles replaced Communist party members
with leaders of the Solidarity movement,
which had led a decade long struggle democ-
racy.
The fall of communism in Poland was followed
by the destruction of the Berlin Wall later that year
and the collapse of communist governments in
East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary,
Romania, Bulgaria and finally in the Soviet Union
itself.
History Prof. Brian Porter, one of the
event's organizers, said one of the goals of the
conference is to examine how the successful
method of the 1989 negotiations could apply
to political turmoil today, such as the conflict
in Kosovo.

"The Round Table speaks to all of us - it gives
us a model of peaceful revolution," Porter said.
Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) was scheduled to
make opening remarks at last night's event, but
could not attend because he is accompanying
Secretary of Defense William Cohen on a visit to
NATO forces in the Balkans.
In his address, Michnik stressed the importance
of compromise.
"To be able to live in peace and freedom, it is
necessary to replace the language of war with the
language of peace" he said.
The conference drew academics from around
the world, but was also of interest for University
students.
"I've been reading about Michnik all term,"
said LSA sophomore Justin Fitzpatrick, who is
currently taking a anthropology course about
Poland's transition to democracy. "Now I was
just standing behind him in line - that's pret-
ty cool."

PRAYERS
Continued from Page IA
the Balkans and for Serbian perpetrators "whose hearts
have been hardened."
Camino said the prayer is worded with feelings of hope
Hoxha is a native of Fier, Albania, which is housing
more than 1,000 refugees fleeing Serbian attacks.
Trix studied Albanian in the Kosovo capital at the
University of Prishtina in the late 1980s. She begin to give
talks in the United States on Kosovo politics in 1989.
"You talk until you're blue in the face," Trix said. "You
never know how much interest will continue," referring to
the sound-bite like memory many people maintain con-
cerning international politics.
The committee is not political or religious. Camino said
they are "working for humanitarian ends.
"My hope is that common sense and goodness will tri-
umph in the end," Camino said.
For more information or a list of relief agencies and
addresses, contact Camino at (734) 995-0298.

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Seeking graduate students from higher
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Positions available for up to 40 hours per
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Please contact Deb Moriarty by phone (764-
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Compensation will be $150. Call 936-4847
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EXP. CAREGIVER NEEDED for 3 yr. old
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