President Bush won't comment on Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan Jr.'s effort to strip Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. of the Yosemite National Park food and lodging concessions it acquired when it bought MCA Inc. But Bush advisers relish the move. Lujan's concern about selling the U. S.'s birthright is "grandstanding," concedes Eddie Mahe Jr., a GOP politico, but he adds: "You'll be able to count on your fingers the number of Americans who have a negative reaction to it."

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