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[ e u er OrThudayDecember0973 T [ T h p i 'Oh, no, it's just a little car I bought for the family' [ E-- " IF:} ! , take-home s [ By Jerry Martin -- " - | Iltf I ,1% ~ After the Great Society welfare bubble burst, leaving behind / / I:a hE / ~' ~ , ~/ / a legacy of inflation and higher taxes, it suddenly became I ~ | ,'"p:;~[,, Bill Blauvelt, Managing Editor - oU AL---iO)ro- fashionable to speak about the needs and concerns of "Middle I~',| ~,~ ..... P .... I Pubi,shedWeeklyby /''/,~J' ~f")J~.4' ~\ ~ i ~l[ ~ ~r" ~ 148 East Th,rd St \ \ ~/",,~./ / " majority of citizens who are not rich, but not poor, the millions | ~. /1 [ ~ Super Or, Nebrcl~ka68978 ". "- NEWSPA~R j/ of hard working citizens who pay the freight for everything ! V L~ ~ Subscription ra,es: $6.50 per year or three 1,,'~'I (O~"('J:~ 1 ff-~, I~ years for $16.50 payable in advance in '~~ government does--either in directtaxes or in higher prices t i:''~!4 ~ il ~ ~ ~~, "--~ [ caused by taxes on consumer goods or business. 1 /1 || ~ ~ ~"~c ~ AT'( "~" Nebraska and Kansas, elsewhere $8.00 ~pl~" ~1111~ t i[ ~~[! This great "Silent Ma.iority" was fed up with violence, l/ .... _ per year or three years for $19.50. - v v -" , . , ! i ' .~. sociological excuses for crime, professional poverty "experts" and all the array of government-dictated "solutions" that ! [ R ockey tries again i somehow alwaysbecomeproblems. Mostofall, the"Middle , Americans" were fed up with high taxes. !l [ / dreamThey should be, and government should be paying mOrecome true for themselves and their families, they are | announcing his resignation as across well on the campaign trail as / ! ! attention to their problems. These Middle Americans are rnor of New York, Nelson this writer can personally attest, the backbone of the country. By working to make the American efeller wouldn't admit he plans to having been a member of the student L~IU~ i:~~"~,~ 1E / responsible for the nation's economic prosperity. The growth in :: ]i the 1976 Republican presidential press corps which covered his 1968 the Gross National Product is largely based on their success in ! !ination. But there is little doubt campaign appearance at Kansas State boosting their take-home pay, to buy those new cars, color TV -t what he plans to do. University. sets and the other amentities. / ~i V~