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Conflict of interest could stall food exports to Third World
Tast June, we reported that by his aides has this to say about to usurp the Cabinet department's
. the Reagan administration one task force meeting last spring: functions. Regan doesn't want that
-ahas been chewing over a "Eyeing the farm vote, Andreas to happen to Treasury,
plan to woo the farm vote by urged a recommendation to ex- 1SS4, United Feature Syndicate, inc.
donating large quantities of sur- pand the (PL 480) program be
plus grain to Third World made during the summer, prior
countries. to the task force's expiration. . ."
The decision to increase food Some critics of the task force
exports to needy nations have raised the question of a pos-
will probably be announced this sible conflict of interest on An-
week by the President's Task Force dreas's part. Because he is board
on International Private Enter- chairman of Archer-Daniels-
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suggested that his promotion of
the PL 480 grain purchases was
in his own financial interest.
The memo to Regan states
Anareas . . . went to some
lengths to defend himself against
possible conflict of interest because
of his grain business . . ."
A task-force official told our
associate Michael Binstein the
conflict-of-interest charge "really
irritates" Andreas, who has often
said his religious convictions com
pel him to try to match this coun-
The group's mission is to "recom
mend ways to strengthen private
enterprise in the developing world
primarily through US. foreign assis
tance programs." The task force
is expected to recommend a major
expansion of grain exports in
which the government buys commo try's agricultural abundance with
dities from farmers and sends people who need food,
them to famine-beset countries Andreas and his task force are
at little or no cost. on a collision course with Regan
The political angle was raised and the Treasury. One of the task
in closed-door meetings of the force's recommendations fepor
task force by its chairman, Dwayne tedly will be to create an all
Andreas. He's a Minnesotan who powerful Economic Police Coun
is no stranger to politics, having cil along the lines of the National
supported Richard Nixon and the Security Council,
late Hubert Humphrey at differ- As any recent secretary of state
ent times. A memo prepared for can testify, the national security
Treasury Secretary Donald Regan adviser and his agency are likely
a temporary site? In conjunction
with this, apprehension four
would lead us to see that it is
throwing bad money after bad
money. It has been said, in writ
ing, that the place is not worth
Continued from Psgs 4
Even if we overlook apprehen
sion number one, numbers two,
three and four indicate more
serious matters. They indicate
that people may oe giving up
renovating. It would seem that
Spending the time to put in im- the thought is that if the building
provements signifies a irame 01 iooks newer, ana u patience is
mind that "we'll be in the same exercised, then we will forget
place. for a while." what students before us have
Why fix up what is considered worked for. Some will remember.
More editorial on Pane 6.
Chris Welvch, 472-1768
Nick Foley, 47S-C275
Artgtia Nittteld, 475-4231
Don Wilton, 473-7331
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