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The United States' Blockade of Cuba A Call to Action [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 July 1975

The United States' Blockade of Cuba A Call to Action The United States' blockade of Cuba is now in its thirteenth year. Since February 1962, the U.S. government has maintained an economic, political and travel embargo on this island nation of eight and one-halt million people. The United States and Cuba have no diplomatic relations. It is extremely difficult for U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba; Cubans cannot travel to the United States. The economic blockade includes all items -- from food,medicines and agricultural commodities to manufactured goods, machines and spare parts. Under the terms of the trade embargo, no U.S. goods can be sold to Cuba; no Cuban goods can enter the United States; no goods manufactured by U.S.-based firms in a third country can be sold to Cuba; no ships that stop at Cuban ports can enter U.S. ports; and other countries that do trade with Cuba may not receive U.S. aid. The purpose of the blockade -- to destroy the Cuban Revolution by strangulation -- has fa...

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The Kissinger Team for Africa: 'DestabilizatioN' Revisited [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 July 1975

The Kissinger Team for Africa: 'DestabilizatioN' Revisited by Edgar Lockwood feature The THIRLI WORLD READER SERVICE provides articles of significance to subscribers on a regular basis. For further information Write: 1500 Farragut St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20011 Reprinted from: SOUTHERN AFRICA April, 1975 The fat is now in the fire. Secretary Kissinger has told 43 African nations that his choice of Nathaniel Davis to replace Donald Easum as Assistant Secretary ot State for African Affairs is none of theit business. He has expressed "dismay" that the Organization ot African Unity's Council of Foreign Ministers should have publicly questioned the choice as a possible portent ot "destabilization" in Africa on the Chile model, where Davis served as ambassador during the coup that toppled the popularly elected socialist government of Salvador Allende. Davis will no doubt be confirmed by the Senate notwithstanding African objections. Is this episode then of only passing interest, soon wa...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

THE SISYPHUS PAPERS August, 197 5 Vol» 111, No. 8 Publication of the Office of Social Ministries Jesuit Conference 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., #402, Washington, D.C., 20036

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CONTENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

CONTENTS The View From Here • • • (white) The Washington Front • . • (yellow) "I Got $5 Million Covert From the CIA" (Norman Kempster, The Washington Star) (green) The Hew Cold War (Irving Kristol) (blue) Arab Oil Policies: Self-Interest Versus International Responsibility (Yusif A. Sayigh) (pink) Priests for Equality (yellow) Global Corporations and the Role of Investors (Richard J. Barnet and Ronald E. Muller) (blue) See, Hear, Send For • . • (white) "Let there be men and women who will bend their energies not to strengthen positions of privilege, but, in the measure possible 3 reduce privilege in favor of the underprivileged• " Pedro Arrupe 9 S.J.

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THE VIEW FROM HERE . . . . [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

THE VIEW FROM HERE . . . . An attempt in the Congress to take a " good firet step" to deal with the crisis of food and starvation in the developing nations may be abruptly halted as a result of a prevailing American myth. The " good firet step" > as it is described by the Washington Interreligious ,Task Force, is HR 9005, the International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1975, which was recently introduced into Congress by Rep, Morgan of Pennsylvania and fourteen other members of the House International Relations Committee, The outlandish American myth that could successfully undermine passage of HR 9005 claims that the United States presently bears more than its fair share of the burden of the developing world. Basically, HR 9005 contains four salient points which indicate that, while it is not totally adequate in itself, it is a good bill nevertheless. First of all, the bill increases the amount of money authorized for economic aid by $7OO million over last year ...

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TEE WASHINGTON FRONT..., [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

TEE WASHINGTON FRONT..., GENERAL REVENUE SHARING When the Congress reassembles in September, one of the issues they are expected to address is that of General Revenue Sharing. At issue is whether or not the Congress should, as the Administration has asked, continue the present system of revenue sharing or adopt new measures to ensure a more responsible disbursement of the funds by local governing bodies. In addition to a bill introduced by the Administration on the subject, several other bills have been introduced in Congress on the same issue. None of those bills, however, with the exception of that proposed by Congressman Robert Drinan, attempt to make any major changes in formula and variations in funding. In the past few years since the program*s inception, state and local governments, in the absence of specific directives as to the use of revenue sharing funds, have spent very little of those funds in services to the poor. In fact, state and local governments have reported spen...

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Jesuit: 'I Got $5 Covert from the CIA' [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

Jesuit: 'I Got $5 Covert from the CIA' By Norman Kempster Wa<tli;:>gtOii Sf sr Staff Writer Following a Vvltitc House meeting with President John F. Kennedy in a Belgian Jesuit priest was jjivcn $5 nrtlion in under-the-table CIA money to support anti-Commu-nist labor unions throughout Latin America ;»nd back the presidential campaign of F.dwardo Frei in Chile. The incident was related by an American Jesuit friend of Belgian Rev. Roger Vekenans as an example of the ClA's relations with mission- aries and other overseas representatives of religious groups. The Rev. James Vizzard said he was having lunch with Vekemans at a restaurant near Dtipont Circle when a White House automobile picked up the Belgian for a meeting with Kennedy, Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, CIA Director John McCone and Peace Corps Director R. Sargent Shriver. AFTER VEKEMANS' session at the Whtte House, Vizzard related. "Roger came back with a big grin on his face and he said. 'I cot SlO millio...

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The 'New Cold War' [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

The 'New Cold War' By IRVING KRISTOL It has been very worrisome, these past months, to observe the apparent willingness of many State Department officials to reformulate American foreign economic policy in the hope of achieving a more amiable "dialog" with the so-caiicd Third World. It is true that, for the moment, the Treasury seems to have blocked such an effort. And It is ai£o true that, by appointing Daniel Patrick Moynihan as Ambassador to the United Nations, Secretary Kissinger has indicated his own awareness.that a candid debate may. under certain circumstances. bo the most appropriate form of diaiog. Nevertheless, the State Department's Instinctive approach to this issue has been little less thnn frightening. Frightening, because any effort to create "a new international economic order," as is now b cir.s; demanded in every international forum, must entail some ba.sic changes in our domestic economic order. Frightening, too, because it reveals such a complete misreading by o...

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ARAB OIL POLICIES: SELF-INTEREST VERSUS INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

ARAB OIL POLICIES: SELF-INTEREST VERSUS INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY by Yusif A. Sayigh The following article is reprinted from JOURNAL OF PALESTINE STUDIES; Volume IV, No. 3; Spring > 1975 by the Third World Reader Service, 1500 Farragut Street, N*W. S Wash m , D.C. 20011• 1. Background to the Dilemma On October 16, 197 3, ten days after the start of the fourth ArabIsraeli war, representatives of the six Gulf members of OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) met in Kuwait and decided to raise the posted price of crude oil by 70 percent. Just over two months later, on December 23, 197 3, the same Gulf members of OPEC, together with four other members, decided on a new increase in the posted price to be operative as from January 1, 1974. The new increase was admittedly steep: the posted price was now to be four times as high as that prevailing on October 15, 197 3, The measures taken provoked an outcry in many Western oil-import-ing countries. There was, howe...

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PRIESTS FOR EQUALITY [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

PRIESTS FOR EQUALITY 3311 Chauncey Pi,,11302 Mt, Rainier, Md. 20822 301-864-0962 Dear Brother Priest, Enclosed is the charter of Priests for Equality. We, the undersigned priests, would like to invito you to read it. If you endorse its views on equality please contact us and join with us to bring this vision to reality in the life of our Church and of our society. As you know, we, as a Church, have yet to hold a full and open discussion of equality for men and women. We priests can play a central role in remedying this situation. We can, by our own participation, encourage prayerful reflection and action on the issue in the light of the Gospel. This is a major purpose of Priests for Equality. Equality, as a central issue of justice, is becoming strongly focused in our Church and in civil life. Many factors contribute - the civil rights struggle: efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in the U.S.: the United Nation's International Women's Year (IWY) with its June conference...

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GLOBAL CORPORATIONS AND THE ROLE OF INVESTORS [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

GLOBAL CORPORATIONS AND THE ROLE OF INVESTORS by Richard J. Barnet and Ronald E. Mü ller CIC Brief May 1975 In the Jew months since its publication, Global Reach: The Power of the Multinational Corporations by Richard Barnet and Ronald Miiller (Simon and Schuster, $11.95) has already become a major textbook on global companies and corporate social responsibility. Along with portions of material adapted from their book, the authors present here some of the implications of their findings for institutional investors. Richard J. Barnet is co-director of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., and Ronald E. Miiller is an economics professor at the American University, Washington, D.C. Managing the World The men who run modern international corporations are the first in history with the organization, the technology, the money, and the ideology to make a credible try at managing the world as an integrated unit. George Ball, a former Under-Secretary of State in the Kennedy and...

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A CIC Brief appears in each edition of The Corporate Examiner, a monthly newsletter on corporate social responsibility. Each CIC Brief highlights a particular social area - foreign investment, environment, military contracting, consumerism, or policies affecting minorities and women - and focuses on one or more corporations. It also provides information about action options and resources for issues studied. Copies of the CIC Brief may be obtained from the Corporate Information Center, Room 566, 475 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y. 10027. Telephone: 212 8 70-2295. Price: 1-10 copies, $.60 each; 11-19 copies, $.40 each; 20-49 copies, s.3s;each; 50 or more copies, $.15 each. © 1975 Corporate Information Center, a unit of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, a sponsored related movement of the National Council of Churches.

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SEE, HEAR, SEND FOR, .... [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 August 1975

SEE , HEAR , SEND FOR, .... Last month we included as a special feature an issue of Alternatives; An Alternate Lifestyle Newsletter . While this excellent publication will not he a regular part of the SISYPHUS PAPERS , you can subscribe to it by sending your name, address and zip code, and a $5.00 check as a donation to help cover production costs to: ALTERNATIVES Box 20626 Greensboro, NC 2742 0 Hunger in the Global Community An important new resource on World Hunger designed to facilitate analysis and develop concern for hungry people in the world. It is designed for use by churches, citizens 1 groups, schools and seminars, as well as by individuals. The resource has two components: a Monograph series, and a filmstrip and cassette to introduce the issue of World Hunger, The filmstrip is narrated by Senator Mark Hatfield and is 22 minutes long, with 87 frames in both black and white and color. It can be obtained from the Center for the Study of Power and Peace, 110 Maryland Avenue, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 September 1975

THE SISYPHUS PAPERS Sept.-Oct., 1975 Vol. IV, No. 1 Publication of the Office of Social Ministries, Jesuit Conference 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., #402, Washington, D.C. 20036

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CONTENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 September 1975

CONTENTS CAMBRIDGE. MASS. J t The View From Here (wnvte) The Washington Front . • . (green) Press Statement of Human Rights Ad~Hoc Committee (pink) from the United States and Canada PLANTATION POLITICS in the Dominican Republic (blue) (Laurence Simon, New World Outlook) Statement by William Davis 3 SJ 3 at press conference Washington 3 P.C. 3 Sept. 2Z 3 1975 (blue) Statement by Rep. Herman Badillo 3 Sept. 2Z 3 1975 (blue) Limits of Reason (James R. Kelly, Commonweal) (yellow) Interreligious Taskforce on U.S. Food Policy (yellow) Rep. Rodino's n lllegal Alien" Legislation (green) Priests for Equality (William Callahan) (white) See, Hear, Send For . . . (white) Bibliography on Women and Religion (Sr. Jean Ann Gnall) "There is no single 'right* way to work for peace 3 freedom and justice...But work we must > and the means used must be a part of our daily lives. Peace and justice in our lives is the only real way to peace and justice in the world." --Patrick Farren

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THE VIEW FROM HERE. . . . [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 September 1975

THE VIEW FROM HERE. . . . NEEDED: A NEW LOOK AT AMERICA AND THE CHURCH The Fall of 1975 finds the celebration of the American Bicentennial moving into full swing . Official Commissions, staged historical re-enactments, volumes of reflections on the "true" meaning of our country, our toys, our television programs—as the commercial paraphernalia of the Bicentennial Industry begin to deluge us. And this is just the beginning. In a deeper sense, however, how boring this whole observance threatens to become, even before it is well launched. One need not look very far in order to discover causes for this leaden quality of joy. World events - and our role in them - in recent times have not been such as to encourage the old easy optimism. Worldwide recession, Vietnam, world hunger—all constitute wounds which are real enough not to wish to put on fake bandages and parade around with drums and fifes. Most profound of all is the deep mistrust of authority which can be encapsulated in the word ...

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THE WASHINGTON FRONT.... [Newspaper Article] — The Sisyphus Papers — 1 September 1975

THE WASHINGTON FRONT.... MIDSTREAM The first half of the First Session of the 94th Congress is over. Escaping the muggy Washington Summer, the members returned to the hustings to take the pulse of their constituents. There's no doubt that this 94th Congress has been very busy. Action has been completed on over 75 measures, and another 25 are nearly ready for the President's signature. But there is still a lack of focus on the problems of the economy, and on the future of energy policy in the United States Despite a large Democratic majority, there's no doubt this is not a veto-proof Congress; President Ford continues to use the veto relatively unchecked. The absence of vigorous and cohesive leadership on the Democratic side leaves the policy confrontation murky and confused, and on some issues not even formulated. What did Congress find at home? There's no doubt the squeeze is on in the energy field. The Ford policy to increase prices is working; but that part of the Ford policy whi...

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