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MICHIGAN SENATOR CRITICAL OF PRESIDENT
Carter may lose state-Riegle
SING (UPI) - Sen. Donald Republican Ronald Reagan "inspiring" year - $10 billion in foreign exchange Ronald Reagan's advantage."
(D-Flint), said yesterday that and said he will concentrate his efforts and $10 billion in reduced revenue and If the economy does not turn around,
ent Carter's failure to curb auto this fall on local races where the increased welfare payments. Carter "will have a very hard time
S has damaged the country and president's unpopularity threatens to He called Carter's attitude "a major carrying Michigan," he said.
makers and threatens to cost harm-Democratic candidates. disappointment. . . which has caused Riegle insisted the choice between
conomically ravaged Michigan The senator was in Lansing to meet the country greatharm." Carter and Kennedy is "something the
1. with Gov. William Milliken, Michigan CARTER, AS a southerner, suffers delegates will have to decide." He in-
igan's senior senator, at a AFL-CIO President William Marshall, from "a lack of understanding of what dicated he could support either man
1 news conference, remained and local officials. the problems are in older industrial although Kennedy might prove more
on the fence about the states," he said. understanding of Michigan's woes.
ratic presidential nomination, RIEGLE, WHO recently sponsored a "The economic damage done has Riegle said while many voters would
terated his call for an open con- resolution authorizing Carter to been so severe that people are in- not find a Carter-Reagan choice "in-
. negotiate with the Japanese on the im- creasingly desperate for a change," spiring" but insisted -the president is
PRED ^" ort uesti.nn was harsh iti lf Ripoir said. adding it will "work to clearlvnreferable.
n jzICTEDz the convention
likely will turn to a third candidate
rather than Sen. Edward Kennedy if
Carter is not nominated on the first or
Riegle conceded many voters would
not find a choice between Carter and
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the president's economic policies.
"The Carter administration has
failed to understand or respond to the
import challenge on a timely basis,"
Riegle said, charging the problem has
cost the United States $20 billion this
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