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DOLLAR
Continued from Page 1A
according to a report released yes-
terday by the U.S. Commerce
Department.
Although the dollar regained
some losses yesterday, O'Sullivan
said the dollar will continue to
weaken and UBS Warburg's foreign
exchange team is forecasting that its
value will be at $1.15 per euro by
the end of this year.
Even though the depreciation of
the dollar will help lift the worries
about deflation in the country,
O'Sullivan said, it could still signal
problems with the economy.
"If the dollar is declining because
people are more negative on U.S.
financial markets, then people will.
be pulling out money from the
financial markets, and that's a nega-
tive effect on the economy," he
added.

RALLY
Continued from Page 1A
testers in Iraq will be killed. That's a big differ-
ence between Iraq and here."
"Anyone who says that we're going to war for
oil is crazy,"he said.
Law student David Anziska said the rally
showed the strength of support for war against
Iraq. "I think we're a greater part of this student
population than we realize," he said.
Other students objected to the aggressiveness
of the rally and the general support for war in
Iraq.
LSA sophomore Megan Williamson, an Anti-
War Action! protester, objected to walking across
the flags. "The demonstration that they had was
not very convincing. It was disrespectful and
showed a lack of analysis of the current situation
to walk over the U.N. flag," she said.
Despite his support for war in Iraq, LSA jun-
ior John Turpening said he found the rally too
militant.
"Ideally, you could have a rally where everyone
is dialoguing, but the nature of rallies today is the

mob effect - you get people fired up and yelling
things," he added.
LSA sophomore Elizabeth Ayer, an organizer
of the anti-war protest, said it was necessary to
have a presence at events where students show
support for war against Iraq.
"Our plan is to have a silent presence with
clear messages because we don't want to prevent
YAF from their right to voice their opinion," Ayer
said. "We want to counter YAF's message that a
war is to liberate the Iraqi people and (we want)
to show that in fact you can't liberate dead people
and to expose the real reasons and results of a war
against Iraq."
Eggers said in a written statement that the rally
was part of a series of national YAF demonstra-
tions, including one in California where protest-
ers dumped more than 60 bottles of French wine
into the sewer.
A debate today will continue the war dialogue
on campus. Doctoral student Justin Shubow, sup-
porting a war, will debate Residential College
Director and economics Prof. Tom Weisskopf,
opposed to war, will be in room 1210 of the
Chemistry Building at 7:30 p.m.

LETTER
Continued from Page 1A
War "will set a dangerous precedent for any state
wishing to launch a preemptive strike against its
own foes," the letter stated. "Step back from the
brink, Mr. President, for the sake of humanity and
those enduring values for which our nation stands."
Porter, who is currently studying at the NHC,
said the letter represents mainly a symbolic gesture
to increase awareness about the dangers of war.
"I frankly don't have any illusions that it's going
to have any effect on the president," Porter said,
although he added that the letter could lead to other
forms of protest. "I think it's very important for
scholars and teachers of humanities to register their
concerns about the administration's policies."
He added that the humanities play an enormous
role in war by showing a darker side of battle that

politicians do not always discuss.
"The role of the humanities in our society is to
keep the past and its lessons alive for us," Porter
said. "Much of the current debate about this com-
ing war is speaking from a position of disregard for
the important lessons we can draw from our rich
cultural heritage."
He noted that a tapestry of Pablo Picasso's well-
known Guernica - a painting depicting the horrors
of the Spanish Civil War - was covered up for a
U.N. press conference.
It was "a powerful indication of the contin-
ued relevance of art and literature about think-
ing about these things," Porter said.
"Confronting the reality of war through art and
literature can serve as an antidote to the dumb-
ing effect of euphemistic rhetoric."
-Daily StaffReporter Tomislav Ladika
contributed to this report.

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