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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 18c High Point Enterprise wednesday october 9, 1974morgan tends toward cold Warrior Stevens toward detente third in a series by Robert b. Cullen associated press writer Raleigh apr foreign policy issues have not played a major role to Date in the Campaign Between Democrat Robert Morgan and Republican William e. Stevens for the . Senate. But the Man the voters choose in november will be called on As a senator to help shape the profile the nation will present to the world for the next six years. Some decisions that Likely will be made during his term could affect foreign policy for years beyond that. In separate interviews with the associated press neither candidate claimed great expertise in foreign affairs. Morgan s views on the issues indicated he would be a cold Warrior in the Mold of sen. Henry Jackson. A Wash. Stevens appears More Likely to support the policies of detente initiated by former president Nixon. Morgan for example feels that oppression of the soviet jews should weigh heavily in the decision on granting favourable Trade terms to the soviet Union. A we should Deal with them the soviets at arms length. The jewish people have been our friends through the years and we abandon them. I subscribe much to sen. Jackson a Stevens on the other hand said an attempt to require s the soviets to allow free emigration for the jews would be an invasion of their internal affairs. A i am sympathetic to the oppression of the jewish people but it be a condition of that is essentially the position taken by Secretary of state Henry Kissinger. Stevens favors the fastest possible withdrawal of United states Aid to the government of South Vietnam. 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It crackles with the electricity of dangerous big City streets and is so timely in its terror that the switchblade seems to prick the viewer s skin the Bullet seems to Whiz along his ear a Winner a a Norma Mclain stoop Atter Dart a Ime most Mowl Sinh to exorcist Quot ii t most sri isso Aho Oina Iio him since the Yoko sir in. to i a ��?�,�., i . O mine. Charles Bronson a v Michau a snub a a. A death wish r starts tomorrow it last Day for 99 and 44/100% dead 1 shows 7 10-9 00 .0. Vuk Tow be theatre a r r s a pfc but i done to think our Money is going to make a difference there in the Long Morgan however feels the nation must Honor its a a commitment to South Vietnam which is currently costing about $1.5 billion per year. A there is now some evidence that they Are developing a stable government. Withdrawing our Aid would be tantamount to turning the country Over to the he said. Stevens is hopeful that the United states can begin to bring Home some of the 300,000 troops in Europe and the 200, too in South Korea and thai land. Overseas troops he said contribute heavily to inflation. Stevens noted however that troop withdrawal decisions must be based on confidential military information. He said he would Trust the president to provide it. Morgan said he is against unilateral withdrawal of troops from Europe he said it would undercut negotiations now going on with the Warsaw pact nations. In the far East he said he fears leaving a military vacuum to the japanese. A the japanese Are a militaristic people and always have been a he said. Morgan is particularly vehement in opposing an a agreement in principles a signed recently by Kissinger that would eventually return control of the Panama canal zone to Panama. A i done to favor panamanian sovereignty. The canal is important to us. 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