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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, April
Democratic presidential primary hopefuls stress
leadership, experience, traditional party valued
ICHAEL A. JORDAN f P"-; v ; Larrac said.
By MICHAEL A. JORDAN
The roster for the 1988 Demo
cratic presidential primary will
probably feature eight candidates, all
stressing leadership and experience
as well as traditional Democratic
values, said spokesmen for the
National Democratic Committee.
Several polls have predicted a
close battle between Sen. Joseph
Biden, D-Del., and former Sen. Gary
Hart of Colorado.
Gov. Bruce Babbitt of Arizona,
Rep. Richard Gephardt, D-Mo.,
Gov. Michael Dukakis of Massachu
setts, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sen.
Albert Gore, D-Tenn., and Sen. Paul
Simon, D-lll., are likely to figure in
the contest as well.
Hart, the early front-runner for
the nomination after an unsuccessful
bid in 1984, declared his candidacy
in early April, said his deputy press
secretary Dawn Alexander.
Hart will advocate educational
improvements, environmental pres
ervation, economic strength, altera
tion of U.S. investment methods to
avoid debt, living condition
improvements for underprivileged
Americans and limitation of nuclear
Biden, a member of the U.S.
Senate since 1972, will officially
declare his candidacy in early June,
said his press secretary Dennis
Toner said BiderTs campaign will
stress leadership and experience.
Biden is chairman of the Senate
Judicial Committee and ranks
second on the Senate Foreign Rela
Biden raised $1.73 million toward
his campaign, more than any other
candidate who reported campaign
contributions for the first quarter of
1987, Toner said.
Rumors that New York Gov.
Mario Cuomo might reconsider and
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enter the race, despite his earlier
announcement to the contrary, are
false, said Tom Conroy, the gover
nor's press secretary. Speculation
surfaced when Cuomo announced
the formation of a national political
action committee last week, usually
the first stage of a presidential
Cuomo is not considering the
presidential nomination and formed
the PAC as a means of bringing the
candidates to New York to partic
pate in a series of forums and public
debates, Conroy said.
Jackson, a previous contender for
the nomination, will emphasize his
economic justice and "invest in
America" themes if he runs, said
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Frank Watson, his press manager.
Jackson will decide whether to run
for the nomination in late spring,
Jackson believes "Reaganomics"
caused many U.S. problems and
called Reagan a "Robin Hood in
reverse,' Watson said.
Americans should be wary of
"merger mania" sweeping U.S.
industry, Watson said.
Gephardt, the first Democrat to
officially declare his candidacy, has
raised about $1.03 million for his
campaign, said his press secretary
Gephardt has proven his leader
ship throughout his career of service
to the American people, Carrac said.
Gephardt acted decisively in imple
menting recent tax reform laws.
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Before last month, Simon hati not
intended to run, said his Ipress
secretary Pamela Huey. Sjimon
planned to support Sen. Dale
Bumpers, D-Ark., but fwhen
Bumpers declined to seek the nom
ination, Simon decided to rurf
Simon, who will base hi cam
paign on traditional Democratic
values, said, "1 am not d neo
anything. I am a Democrat."
"He really believes that le has
something to offer that the other
candidates don't," Huey saib. "He
has courage and convictions. J
Simon, a former journalisim pro
fessor, will make his formal
announcement in May, HueV said.
Babbitt officially announced his
candidacy on March 10, Said his
press secretary Mike McCurry.
Babbitt, who describes hirfiself as
socially progressive and economi
cally conservative, will concentrate
on economics and sociaj issues
during his campaign, McCufry said.
He will also stress the role of the
family in America's Success,
McCurry said. f
McCurry said Arizona was the
top-rated state economically during
Babbitt's tenure as governorj and will
be able to carry that succeps to the
Babbitt has raised more than
$800,000 for his campaign, McCurry
Dukakis will officially declare his
candidacy April 29, sail Steven
Akey, his press secretary. (Dukakis'
campaign will focus on hi$ commit
ment to creating economic oppor
tunity, Akey said. ;
Dukakis, who served eight years
as a state representative before being
elected governor of Massachusetts in
1974, offers "honesty, integrity and
competence" to America, Akey said.
Press secretary Mike Kopp could
not be reached to comment on
call for appt.
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Nazi execution supervisor
deported to Soviet Union
From Associated Press reports
WASHINGTON - Karl Lin
nas, facing a Soviet death sent
ence on charges of supervising
Nazi concentration camp execu
tions, was being deported to the
Soviet Union on Monday after
the Supreme Court and Justice
Department turned down his bids
to remain in the United States,
government sources said.
Linnas fell two votes short in
his court effort as the justices
refused, 6-3, to extend an order
that had blocked deportation.
The court's action came on the
heels of Justice Department
efforts to find some country other
than the Soviet Union to which
Linnas could be sent.
U.S. urges killing lawsuit
WASHINGTON The Rea
gan administration said Monday
the World War II detention of
Japanese-Americans in U.S. pri
son camps shamed the nation, but
it still urged the Supreme Court
to kill a lawsuit stemming from
Solicitor General Charles
Fried, the administration's top
ranking courtroom lawyer,
argued that "ordinary rules of
law" should apply to the lawsuit
"no matter how much balm we
would like to apply to the
He said a 1983 suit, which seeks
compensation for property losses
suffered by those imprisoned, was
filed in the wrong federal court
and was filed too late.
Soviet labor camps criticized
MOSCOW A Soviet paper,
the Literary Gazette, has pub
lished a letter from a former
prisoner criticizing Soviet labor
camps and asking that more
information about them be
Western diplomats said it may
be the first letter published in
official mass media criticizing the
camps, about which almost no
official information is available.
The letter was signed by former
convict V. Stavrovsky of Smo-
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mated to hold at least one million
prisoners, turned people into
Publication of the letter
appears to be part of a review of
the criminal justice system. Soviet
media have published examples
of miscarriages of justice over the
past year, and some high-ranking
officials have called for better
protection of citizens against false
arrest and imprisonment.
Tariffs not protectionist act
OISO, Japan New U.S.
tariffs on some Japanese products
should not affect the overall
relationship between the two
allies, American trade represen
tative Clayton Yeutter said
He said imposition of the duties
last Saturday was not a protec
tionist act, and the U.S. trade
deficit will not be eliminated by
solving individual issues, but he
urged Japan to increase imports
and drop quotas on foreign goods
"as a matter of principle."
The United States wants Japan
to stimulate its domestic economy
so the market for both foreign
and Japanese products will
Slammed over a ham
PITTSBURGH A woman
claims her husband's friend
slugged her after she chastised the
two men for eating her entire
Easter ham well before
Shirley Krist, 38, of the city's
Beltzhoover neighborhood, said
her husband, George, 51, and
Wesley Watters, 53, ate "the
whole ham" while she was away
from home late Saturday night,
Mrs. Krist said she located the
men at 1:30 a.m. Sunday at a bar
and confronted them about the
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