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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 12, 1988
'U' student among GOP's
youngest 1988 delegates
BY SUSAN LONG WORTH Schlussel will represent the National said she is "pro-life... (and) against
A University student will join the Jewish Coalition as a spokesperson affirmative action, but for equal op-
over four thousand delegates and al- on the issues of support for Israel and portunity."
ternates jammed onto the floor of the condemnation of anti-Semitism. Schlussel added that she believes
Louisiana Superdome in New Or- Schlussel, who just completed her the Republican party platform depicts
leans for the Republican National fourth summer as a congressional the party as more moderate than it
Convention Monday. intern doing research for Rep. Phillip actually is, in order to attract inde-
University junior and political Crane (R-Ill), feels that Crane and her pendent voters.
science major Debbie Schlussel will parents have been most responsible "It's just a piece of paper,"
attend the convention as a delegate for her getting involved in politics. Schlussel said.
from Michigan's 17th congressional Besides being politically active at Michael Legg, Republican chair
district. the national level as national vice for the 2nd congressional district,
One of 77 delegates from Michi- chair for the Bush youth campaign, said Schlussel was a "dynamite hard
gan, Schlussel was first selected as Schlussel has also been active on worker" on Jack Kemp's presidential
an alternate, but became a delegate campus as a member of MSA, the campaign since 1985, and said her
when others were unable to attend the College Republicans, Hillel and work for Kemp led to her selection.
convention. At 19, Schlussel is one other groups. Schlussel plans to enter litics
of the youngest delegates. She says she is most concerned herself by running for Congress
Although originally scheduled to about foreign policy, defense spend- when she reaches e constitutional
speak on "Teenage Republicans and ing, and support for the freedom age sii of 25.
Youth in the Republican Party," fighters in Central America. She age limit of 25.
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