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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD Momiiiy, AugvM 21, Strikes and the law The I'anndiiin public is weiuy ;iiul yrowiiij; ever more reseiitiul, coiilinuini; strikes across the tuition. Uusmcsi is disvuptccl, Hie economy slowed dov.ii. There are ujjly confrontations between strikers ami police, ami much hardship has been created among the by-skituling pub- lic. Some strikers mot just in cents for one1. bullet fircrl. Our would be the. 1 ;t inrnlfils, ;mrl would guarantee clean bar- rels the latest sifely {li-viees. If a gun malfunctions through no fault of tht user, we v.ill give him another gun absolutely free-'1 ii'.- Amet iriuiK i t1 o in i s e s cannot make them in Ihe visible future, even if it miraculously im- proves its economy which, in fact, is deteriorating. Britain, however, while in many mote important respects, is a relatively small fraction of tho world economy and already is losing the race of. com- peULion, If only Britain were involved m the race the rest of us might regret its dilemma hut wo could hope to escape It our- selves. Unfortunately the di- lemma Involves everybody be- cause it is global, pliy.sical and inescapable. The ever-increas- ing population, the exhaustion of raw materials anri the pollu- lion of air and water by our ravenous technology set tho same bell tolling everywhere more loudly, of course, in some places than in others but quite aucliblo even in the rich na- tions. When, for example, the Uni- ted States, the richer-1 of all, is u n n i n K .short of energy sources, mu.sL bring oil and gas from the Arctic to its insatiable cities, and would also like to import clean Canadian water, then the .sound of the bell fchould reach the deafest ear. Oddly, it hasn't reached (ho rriiT. of most of our governors in politics, businos Find labor. Or if it has, they refuse to ac- cept, its message and the grand fallacy will persist for some lime yet. Indeed, it will bo the false substance1, the ringing chorus, of this year's elections in the United Stales and Can- ada, and will drown out, for tho lirne Ihe mosl urgent news of human history. For the time being only. UlrraM special service) Carl Rowan The Nixon-Agnew 'coronation' need not be boring BKACII, FJa. "This is no political con- vention, this is a the diplomat .said with a smile. He was reflectintf the attitude