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Dr. Clark, toward the end of the last interview, you outlined
the setting up of the Northside Center, your wife's role in it.
You made references also to your field researches, partly in
connection with drawing upon them for the Supreme Court decision.
I'm wondering if there's not a logical progression here, following
your work with the children, leading up to your establishing
HARYOU-ACT? A sequence here. And I see two sub-thrusts there --
you already reference to the difficulties with Mrs. Ascoli,
and I recall in the first briefing you gave me when I was a reporter,
you made some rather sharp references to “liberals.”
Oh, my gracious.
And then later, also, of course, there was the Jones-Powell
You have an excellent memory. And I don't want to
waste your time by what might seem to be idle flattery, but your
capacity to put things together and see relationships that ordinarily
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