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Northern Lights Mall, North Syracuse Brewerton Rd., Mattydale Exit off Rt. 81 Phone: 455-5889 Monday to Friday 10 AM 9 PM Saturday 10 AM 6 PM Sunday Noon to 5 PM Momlions available} at nominal cost. MSA American Erptvss N2 Syracuse Herald American, Sunday, November 10, The shifting center WASHINGTON As every- body knows, Ronald Reagan is a conservative president who sym- bolizes a conservative period in our history, as distinguished from, say, that liberal period of a quarter-cen- tury ago symbolized by that liberal president, John Kennedy. OK, then, quickly name a policy not a style or a rhetorical flour- ish, but a real, substantive policy of the U.S. government under Reagan that is not somewhat to the left of the policies followed under Kennedy. Not federal budget deficits, not spending on social welfare pro- grams, not arms control agree- ments with the Soviet Union. Rea- gan may speak ill of all three and Kennedy may have defended them, but the government today does more in all those areas than the government of the early 1960s did. Deep in his heart, Reagan may want to repeal the Clean Air Act, abolish the wilderness system, do away with food stamps and federal aid to education and eliminate Medicaid. But all are now en- trenched. Deep in his heart, Ken- nedy probably would have loved all those programs, but when he was president some couldn't get through Congress and others hadn't even been conceived. The point of all this is that al- though the rhetoric, the style and to some extent the substance of American politics have moved to the right over the last two decades, the reality of American life has moved rather steadily to the left, and there it remains. Though con- servatives win a lot of elections, it's important to remember that the center has moved so far to the left that the right is where the left used to be not all that long ago. If you doubt that, just listen to the candidates who ran in last week's off-year elections. Not one described himself or herself as a liberal. But every one of them wanted to provide more public ser- vices (meaning spend more pub- lic money) for schools, prisons, transportation, care for the elderly and protection for the environ- ment. Not too many years ago, that was a pretty good definition of lib- eralism. Perhaps the most conservative of these candidates is Wyatt Dur- rette, the Republican who ran for governor of Virginia. Durrette ac- Jon Margolis eused his Democratic opponent, Geraid Baliles, of representing "a liberal philosophy Virginia has re- jected throughout the years." But when he was asked during a tele- vised debate whether he would use an anticipated revenue surplus to cut taxes, Durrette himself gave the traditionally liberal answer. "We have to meet the needs of education, the needs of the elrierly, the mentally retarded and the mentally he said. Sounds rather like Hubert Humphrey, doesn't it? Even some events that seem to signal conservatism really prove how free-wheeling the country has become in recent years. In the Houston mayoral race, a backlash against the assertiveness of homo- sexuals surface. That might be called a conservative reaction, but just think of it: As recently as 10 years ago, the subject would not have been discussed in public. Similarly, a sort of antimodernist reaction has been growing among those disturbed about naughty movies, suggestive television pro- grams, legal abortions and a per- ceived decline in morality. But it is far more important that those movies and television are here and seem here to stay, though even some liberals think things have gone too far. Not that the Reagan administra- tion and conservative successes have made no difference. 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