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Campus Protests on South Africa

May 06, 1985

If those demonstrating radicals on college campus have their way, they would force American investment out of the Republic of South Africa. To stop apartheid, we are told.

Here we have a bunch of college students who most likely can't even park a bicycle straight, and they are going to solve South Africa's problems? Most of them don't know enough about South Africa to locate it on a map.

Should these radicals have their way, South Africa's economy would become a shambles. South Africa's blacks and Colored would be the first to suffer, and they would suffer the worst. One Ethiopia at a time, please!

Any taxicab driver in town knows that these campus loudmouths are demanding a cure that would be far worse than the disease.

RAYMOND C. WILSON

San Juan Bautista

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