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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Flying curls Fair curls young Susan Patterson takes a fling at Scottish dancing during Highland games in Vancouver Saturday. 6Scoop' Jackson sets sight on presidency By JAMES RESTON New York Times Service WASHINGTON Sen Henry M. Jackson of the State of Washington is turning out to be the most vigorous Democratic can- didate for the presidency these the challenger of Henry and the darl- ing of the the weapons the pro- Israel and the leaders at the AFL-CIO. This is a formidable political base sort of a military-industrial-labor com- plex of his own and it's no accident that he attacked Kissinger and the ad- ministration's strategic arms control policy on the eve of President Nixon's mission to and then took off himself on a mission to Peking. is well worth watching. He has been around here for over 33 years 12 in the house and 21 in the senate and at he has the energy of a and looks no more than and has strong views on most of the great issues of the age. His main theme now is that is a a tricky French word that the Russians are using to achieve the military domination they couldn't get with threats and bluster. He insists he is not against an accommodation with but he wants it on terms Kissinger doesn't think he can get. And here lies the dilemma. Jackson does not deny that Watergate has weakened the Nixon but in spite of he thinks the U.S.S.R. is much weaker than the United needs the trade and advanced technology of the west more than we need what he regards as the dubious political advan- tages of In he believes Kissinger has mis- judged the world political and strategic and with tiis usual he charges Kissinger with being too and Nixon with being 100 to make military and commercial concessions. The bloody muddle and Derverse difficulties of affairs don't bother He is quite capable debating and his sincerity is not at but he eaves little room for the lonorable perplexities of oreign or for the no- ion that great nations can change. In the slow approach of he sees nothing but he coming whirlwind of dis- ister. while he has lately been talking privately with the secretary of state about the issues of the Moscow summit he has acted publicly to put barriers in the way of what he fears will be a phony com- promise that will merely help the president over the Watergate barrier and place the nation in an awkward and even dangerous strategic position. In he has been so bold in challenging the Nixon- Kissinger mission that he summoned the joint chiefs of who share his and charged the administration with making deals with Moscow that would place the United States at a military disadvantage. Even the chairman of the senate foreign relations J. William Fulbright of himself a constant critic of the administration's foreign took the floor to defend the president. anyone is exploiting Watergate to the detriment of our foreign Fulbright is not the Russians but some of our own military leaders and certain members of the senate With a flawless sense of the enemies of detente have chosen the moment of the president's departure for Moscow to fire a few broad- sides at his He went on to accuse Jackson of precisely this intent. The senator from Washington merely characterized this as nonsense and went off to and it is probably no accident that the Chinese will welcome him there around the president's Moscow and thus gave him a platform from Peking to continue his campaign. All this .is seen by the political watchers here as part of Jackson's presidential campaign. All candidates tend these days to launch their presidential ambitions in foreign lands Teddy like Nixon in from Jackson from China. But Jackson is more complicated than that. In he has always suspended judgment about the good intentions of the Soviet Union. He believes in the per- suasive quality of power rather than of and relies on it more than on the fairness of the Russians or the eloquence of Kissinger or the judgment and wisdom of President Nixon. Kissinger sees the world as fundamentally but capable of change if a modicum of trust can be es- tablished by mutually beneficial compromises He as he proposed to President Sadat of chances for believing that not to take chances would be the larger risk. But not He sees only the dark riddle of and puts his trust in missiles. If he is gambling his last chance for the presidency on this it is probably an honest but a poor for he is inviting a return to the cold and this is rot likely to be the most popular platform in 1978. After the president's most successful and the thing that is holding him up without any other visi- ble means of is precisely that he has worked valiantly to get away from the cold war and as he from an of confron- tation to an era of accom- Jackson is a blunt with powerful forces behind and if the president's efforts at depen- dable arms control and a genuine peace in the Middle East do not produce public opinion could move toward Jackson. But whether it moves that way or is likely to keep drumming on power. In this he is a man of his new deal and cold war days Liberal at tough and unyielding abroad. He has a kind of naked but it is almost always in opposition. He seems to be saying that the world is and beyond persuasion or and the chances are that the Chinese will probably agree with him especially since he is so suspicious of the Russians. 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