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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 7, 2000 - 7A

Battles over Florida votes continue

RECOUNT

Virtually everyone was looking toward the courts for
a final answer.

cy, ... delayi
issues are res

BRAD QUINN/Daly
Jose-Marie Griffiths leads a panel discussion yesterday on University concerns
regarding copyright laws.

COPYRIGHT
ontinued from Page 1A
as adamant about supporting facul-
ty who make copies of publications
f r their classes.
Alger responded that the Univer-
sity needed to come up with copy-
right guidelines.
The response was not sufficient.
"i want it to be said that the Uni-
aersity will defend the faculty is
they make mu It iple copies for
*lassroom use," Rosenberg said.
1ater, G ri ffit hs noted that if
someone had tried to get permis-
si on to use copyrighted material,
and had not gotten a response, it
was less likely to result in a law-
suit. "If the faculty does not exer-
cise their rights, they are going to
lose them," Rosenberg said after
the discussion.
Contracts between faculty and
urnals were also discussed.
"The University of Michigan, and

its faculty, are not exactly power-
less when we enter contracts,' said
Alger, adding that "we shouldn't
sian contracts unless we can't avoid
it, and we can."
Concerns regarding contracts
included the number of times the
a ut h or of a scholarly article
received less rights after signing
one than they would be given under
fair use rights. "There has to be a
very special reason why we should
give up fair use rights," Alger said.
There was also some discrepancy
as to the purpose of copyright laws.
Hilton said they should be about
the progression of ideas and not
about the protection of work.
The panel pointed out that ideas
can not be copyrighted and are only
protected by the IFirst A mendment.
Morris said copy right protects
expression, meaning that to use
someone's ideas without giving the
person recognition is legal, but it is
illegal to use someone's words.

Continued from Page 1A On
staff. day. T
Meeting in Austin, Texas, with his presumptive said 1
national security adviser, Stanford University adminis- irrepa
trator Condoleezza Rice, Bush warned the nation's lead f
enemies not to look for advantage amid political Florid
uncertainty. At
lie said he would do "whatever it takes to send a not rL
chilling signal to terrorists that we'll protect our prop- Texas
erty and our people." InI
In Washington, congressional leaders held the tradi- and C
tional nail-driving ceremony to kick off construction of state's
the inaugural platform on which someone will be argun
sworn in on Jan. 20. The printing of thousands of pro- "Ti
graims. invitations and tickets remained on hold. his pa
ASIAN AMVERICANS
Continued from Page 1A
campus, Sheth said. "We wanted to educate the (Asian Pacif-
ic) community on both sides of the issue of affirmative action
in education.
Kurlekar and Wu traded arguments before taking questions
from the group.
Throughou the debate, Kurlekar reiterated diversity, reme-
dying for past wrongs and benefits to society as his three main
rationales fr afoirmative action.
"Minorities have a totally distinct experience in society
because of race," Kurlekar said. "I'm not saying that they all
'have the same experience as racial minorities, but the have an
experience that is intrinsic to their race."
Kurlekar also said that affirmative action is an attempt "to
correct the imbalance of starting points by addressing histori-
cal and social discrepancies"
"GPAs and test scores can't measure everything," Kurlekar
said. "They can't measure things like ability to overcome dis-
advantages and other aspects that add to a person's character."
In contrast, Wu argued that ideological diversity is more
pertinent to a university community than racial diversity and
championed socioeconomic affirmative action as a more fair

e interirn ruling finally went Gore's way yester- egregious er
he I lth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta Gore aske
Bush and his supporters failed to prove they were Circuit Cour
arably injured by hand recounts that lowered his order a hand
from 930 votes to 537 out of 6 million cast in in predomin
da. Sauls rejc
the same time, the judges made clear they were saying evenI
uling on the constitutional points raised by the tory to the vi
governor. Bush's leg
Florida, the legal landscape was less clear. Bush saying "Yet
Gore submitted written legal arguments to the would likely
highest court in advance of this morning's oral The Bush
ents. soned and c
'ime is of the essence in this matter" Gore said in interest woul
apers. "If the office at issue was not the presiden- ing these leg;
method of equalizing starting points.
"In classroom discussions, how often is it that a per-son's
cultural background really has an influence? Wu said.
"What's more interesting is when someone really conservative
or really religious comes in. The different ideologies are what
leads to a truly robust discussion."
He added that the current racial preference admissions sys-
tem at the University forces people to view others as general-
ized groups rather than individuals.
"Look at our group, he said. "You could be Asian and be a
Vietnamese var refugee or you could be Asian and be the son
of a wealthy Chinese family.
Wu also said that the standardized test score disparity is not
so much a race problem but a class problem.
"I igher income equals higher test scores, he said.
After the meeting, several people lingered to continue the
discussion in small groups.
Santanu Rallman, a staff member of Multi-Ethnic Student
AfTfairs who attended the debate, had mixed feelings about the
event.
"If the goal of this debate was to have discussion, that was
accomplished,'he said. "But I had a sense of some imbalance
Iin the room in favor of affirmative action. I think a better dia-
logue would've been created if it had been more even.

ing ballot counting until after all other
olved would not be such irremediable and
ror:'
d the high court to overtur-n Leon County
t Judge N. Sanders Sauls, who refused to
recount of some 14.000 disputed ballots
antly Democratic counties.
cted every Gore arguImleni on Monday,
recounts would not be likely to gie a ic-
ce president.
gal team seized oin the judge's reasoning,.
another recount on any significant scale
prove futile."
team said Sauls' decision was 'well-rca-
areful" and argued that the great public
d be "trustrated, not furthered, by proong-
al pi oceedings"
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