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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 14, 2000-- 7

*GRAMLICH
Continued from Page 1.
is on the issue of how much money the federal
government should dedicate to Social Security.
With more than 15 years of government expe-
rience behind him, Gramlich offered his ideas on
how Congress and the next president can ensure
Social Security is safe for the 21st Century.
"The standard 20th Century response would
be to raise payroll taxes," Gramlich said,
*adding that this would solve the problem for

the present time.
"The problem with that," he said, "is nobody
wants to do it. Whether Republican or Democrat,
that's the last thing they want to hear about."
Over the course of the primary races, Texas
Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al
Gore have been exchanging blows over whose
Social Security plan is more fiscally responsible.
Gore has said that Bush's plan for the project-
ed budget surplus cuts too much, would benefit
the wealthy and would dip into the Social Secu-
rity trust fund. Gore has said he would invest the

entire Social Security surplus of $150 billion
each year back into Social Security.
Bush has defended his plan by saying that if
he does not return the majority of the surplus
to the people, it will be spent by Congress.
Bush has also said he favors individual savings
accounts as a supplement to Social Security.
Gramlich said after his lecture that Gore's
plan of taking the Social Security surplus and
putting it directly into the trust fund is more
complex than it seems.
"There's a difficulty in transferring funds,"

he said.
The Federal Reserve governor said he does not
endorse either candidate's Social Security plan.
Social Security Advisory Board member
Lori Hansen Riegle, who also participated in
yesterday's lecture, said she favors Gore's plan
which she deemed "essentially Clinton's plan."
"Bush would rely heavily on individual
accounts and it's not clear if he would use the
financial resources of Social Security to pay for
Social Security," Riegle said.
Where politicians have also conflicted

recently is whether to fund Social Security with
revenue from outside the trust fund.
Gramlich said he thinks that funding Social
Security with general revenue generated from
cutbacks would be beneficial. On the other hand,
he said, if this general revenue came from inter-
national loans, it would not be a good idea.
Still, Gramlich contended that no solution
will ever accomplish the mammoth task of
completely reforming the system.
"In Social Security, nothing is a slam dunk,"
he said.

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SCC
Continued from Page I2
context of the whole campus.
"We were worried about what people
would think of us. We were worried
about whether we did the right thing.
We were worried about if we did every-
thing we could ... But it's not about the
tower - it's not about 37 days. It's
about a lifetime,"Reilly said.
Michigamua spokesman Nick Delga-
do said the group "is pleased that the
SCC was able to save face by agreeing
to a proposal that we provided over 30
days ago."
SCC spokesman Diego Bernal said
SCC will continue to fight for its goals
stated in a 14-point petition submitted to
the University administration Feb. 4,
including the redefinition of Michiga-
mua's organization and the removal of
its name.
"Every remnant of Michigamua that
exists ... is a direct attack on humanity ...
It does not belong at my university. It's
about principle - people cannot own
our humanity," he said.
Bernal said the group will interact
with the community through town hall
and other public forums.
"Maybe the tactics will be different,
but our motivation has been completely
the same, he said.
In e-mail sent to the University com-
munity, University President Lee
Bollinger commented on the goals of a
panel established in February by interim
Vice President for Student Affairs E.
Royster Harper. The panel will consist
of three senior administrators from the
schools and colleges to scrutinize the
issues presented by SCC.
Bollinger said the panel will seek the
input of students, faculty and staff and it
will hold public hearings. He said the
panel will refer to principles of civil
rights, anti discrimination and the First
Amendment.
The group "will consider under what
circumstances and in what ways the
University, its administrators and faculty
members should be associated with
such organizations and it will recom-
mend guiding principles in this regard.
The University's Executive Officers and
I will then decide whether and how to
implement such principles,"he said.

Bollinger said the panel is to deter-
mine a resolution for the space alloca-
tion issue and present it to SCC before
April 13. All other issues will be decid-
ed upon by Oct. 2.
Harper and Dean of Students Frank
Cianciola could not be reached for com-
ment.
Earlier yesterday morning, 20 Native
American community members, SCC
supporters and members stood shoulder
to shoulder on the front steps of the
Michigan Union blocking off the
Union's main entrance.
Ypsilanti resident Esther Marcus, a
co-organizer of the event, said Native
American community members began
planning for the protest last week.
"We support the SCC and we want
the (University) community to know
that the Native Americans not only in
the county, but in the state are offended
by the present behavior of Michigamua,
especially their continuing use of Native
American references and culture' Mar-
cus said.
She said members of the Native
American community will continue to
express their views publicly, adding that
their main goal is to make Michigamua
change its name. She said the communi-
ty members plan to hold teach-ins, dis-
tribute fliers and send letters to
University administrators and local
politicians.
"That's the one demand we are not
going to give up," Marcus said.
Marcus said most people did not
cross their picket line.
LSA senior Ann Kramer was one of
the students who passed through the
protesters and used the front doors.
"What we're seeing is close-minded
and ignorant and I've had enough of it,"
Kramer said, adding that she disagreed
with the SCC's takeover of the tower.
"That made it into a racism issue
when it's not one,"Kramer said.
Two to three Department of Public
Safety watched the picket from inside
the front doors of the Michigan Union
throughout the day.
"We've had officers here since 8
a.m.," DPS Lt. Joe Piersante said,
adding that the department's purpose at
the picket line was to make sure things
stayed peaceful and to "protect the
rights and dignity of everyone."

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