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Barak says Syria Br
deal will be fair

NATION/WORLD

The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 12, 2000 - 7

adley
sts

The Washington Post
JERUSALEM - Returning home to
*ce a gathering political storm, Prime
Minister Ehud Barak assured Israelis
last night that any concessions he
makes in a peace deal with Syria will be
matched by guarantees to protect the
Jewish state's security and water
sources.
In back-to-back television inter-
views, Barak acknowledged the for-
midable and apparently growing
public opposition to prospects that
Israel might reach a peace agree-
*ient that commits it to give back
the Golan Heights, captured from
Syria in 1967 and home to 17,000
Israelis.

But the Israeli leader, projecting
self-assurance and resolve, stressed
that when there is a deal, a majority
of Israelis, including some of the
100,000 or more who demonstrated
Monday in Tel Aviv, will vote yes in
the nationwide referendum he has
promised to hold.
"I know that if we bring the agree-
ment that I intend to bring, which
will strengthen security, bring the
boys home from Lebanon, make
openings to the Arab world and raise
to a higher level the military capabil-
ity and early warning systems of the
army, many, many of these worried
people will vote for the agreement,"
he said.

Clinton creates 3
aew monuments

Gore on
old vote
The Washington Post
DES MOINES, Iowa - Four
hours after denouncing negative cam-
paigning as the politics of the past,
Bill Bradley traveled to an elemen-
tary school in Des Moines to
denounce Vice President Al Gore for
a I5-year-old vote on a Senate
amendment that would have raised
the price of cigarettes.
Bradley immediately faced a fusil-
lade of questions about why this vote
was fair game for him to attack, when
three days ago, he had replied to a
challenge by Gore to his record on
farm issues by declaring that voters
care about the future,.not 15-year-old
votes.
"If you believe something over
time and you feel deeply about it,
then you have to be consistent over
time," Bradley said. "I've been con-
sistent over time with regard to tobac-
co. And I think this illustrates that he
hasn't."
The amendment, which was spon-
sored by Bradley when he was a sen-
ator from New Jersey, failed by two
votes. It would have canceled a
scheduled reduction in the tobacco
tax in order to prevent an increase in
Medicare premiums.
ment over who supported Big
Tobacco and who supported
Medicare," Bradley said after lec-
turing a gyn full of fourth- and
fifth-graders on the lethal effects
of smoking.
That point in time was 1985. Gore

The Washington Post
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL
PARK, Ariz. - With the kaleido-
scopic canyon as a backdrop,
President Clinton yesterday vigor-
ously defended his decision to
broaden federal protections for more
-than a million acres of land in the
West as necessary to preserve scenic
reas for generations to come.
After touring the Grand Canyon's
national monuments in Arizona and
one in California, and expanding an
existing monument in California.
Then, speaking to a few hundred
supporters at Hopi Point on the
south rim, he repeatedly invoked the
;ame of Theodore Roosevelt, the
president who gave federal protec-

tion to the Grand Canyon on this
date in 1908.
He noted that Roosevelt used the fed-
eral "Antiquities Act" to protect the
canyon, the same law that several other
presidents have invoked and the one
Clinton used yesterday to create the new
monuments. '
"This is not about locking latids
up: it is about freeing them from the
pressures of development and ' the
a leather jacket in the clear but ch'illy
late morning breeze. Addressing a
frequent criticism, Clinton said local
authorities and residents will have a
voice in the uses of the lands, which
generally will allow for recriation
such as hiking and fishing but will
limit amenities like roads.

AP"H'"O
Democratic presidential hopeful Bill Bradley shakes hands yesterday with stu-
dents at Wallace Accelerated Elementary School in Des Moines, Iowa.

explained in an emotional speech to
the Democratic National Convention
in 1996 that he had changed his mind
about the danger of smoking after his
only sibling, Nancy Gore Hunger,
died of lung cancer. Tennessee, which
Gore represented in the Senate, is the
nation's third-largest tobacco produc-
er. In New Jersey, the leading crop is
cranberries.
A fact sheet distributed by Bradley
also took Gore to task for a 1988 let-
ter to the editor of the Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette opposing a ban on
tobacco advertising. At a news con-
ference in the library of Wallace
Elementary School, Bradley
acknowledged that he and Gore no
longer disagree on the issue.
"I'm very glad that he's evolved
on this issue," Bradley said. "I
think that he's in the right place
do more."
Gore, campaigning in Davenport,
Iowa, said Bradley's attack "smacks
of sort of desperate negative cam-
paigning."
"I'm not sure why he would do
something like that except that the

caucuses are approaching and he's
engaging in negative campaigning,"
Gore said. "You know, he said he
wouldn't do that, but I guess he
changed his mind."
Gore's press secretary, Chris
Lehane, released a statement
labeled "Dollar Bill's Phony
Promises," mocking Bradley's
pledge to run a "different kind of
campaign."
"The purported philosopher-
king is turning into the professor
of petulance in the heat of the
campaign spotlight," Lehane said
earlier.
In this presidential race, Gore is
relying on some of the tobacco indus-
try's most successful consultants,
including media strategist Carter
Eskew and pollster Harrison
Hickman.
questions about a flood relief vote
that came up during a debate on
Saturday, has been growing more
aggressive by the day. At a town
meeting Monday night in Boone, he
twice referred to the opposition as
"Gore-istas."

Hamre t& I
make earfa
exit fron
Pentagons
The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Deputy Defense
Secretary John Hamre is giving up his
job as the Pentagon's second higliest-
ranking civilian to run one of
Washington's biggest think -tnks,
marking the surprise early exit°o pne
of President Clinton's top ttr# nal
security advisers.
Senior Pentagon official Rudy de
Leon will be nominated to fill the post,
Defense Secretary William Cohen said
in announcing the move Monday. '
Hamrc's departure robs the Pentalon
of one of its most experience4-,".n-
agers and skillful political tacti nxin
the administration's final year. Ira
In his 2 1/2-year tenure, the fpl ar
Hamre has been most strongly, idepti-
fied with Pentagon initiatives- to
improve business practices, guard mili-
tary computers against attack, and
improve U.S. defenses against chemi-
cal and biological warfare. ..
Hamre also influenced a broad range
of other budgetary, personnel an4poli-
cy matters and worked closely with
Cohen, a former Republican senator; in
managing tensions between the
Democratic administration and GOP-
controlled Congress.
Explaining his decision to laveat
the end of March, Hamre s4 ;he
International Studies is a "ote'in-
a-lifetime opportunity."
CSIS ranks among the natlon's
most prominent public po cy
research institutions.with a budget
of more than $17 million andataff
of 90 policy experts. and 80 g p6rt
staff.

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