Miller Says Asia Main Concern of U.S. Today

"Asia is the biggest factor today in the lives and future of the American people." Dr. Raymond Wiley Miller, Visiting Lecturer on Business Administration, told reporters yesterday.

Urging a simple, non-motorized technology for Asia, Miller argued that "with one-third of our income reverting to the government in taxes, and with perhaps 70 percent of this building defense against future wars, financing the current conflict in Korea or paying the bills left from World War II, it is vital for Americans to scan the causes of war, and work to eliminate or at least control them."

Miller's plan calls for simple and in-expensive improvement in tools which the peasant understands so as to increase his food supply and stability.