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Care” they had done, but it was a much more elaborate show -- much
more elaborate show. Big cast, about twelve musicians, and they'd
been touring the country. Government, government, government! You
see? That's the difference. I had experiences where they would take
me in to hospitals, because they'd do some performing in hospitals,
too. They would take me in to meet the stewards and to explain, they
should explain to me what they do and I should explain to them what
we do. Always they would try to find the obsessed person in different
cities, who should come and meet with me -- I should talk to them and
they should talk to me. So there's a lot of that.
Then that followed up, not in Sweden but France. I wasn't there but
they came here, wanted to do things with us and they took things.
Henri -- let me get his name. He's now the head of CGT.
Kryszucki, the guy who's got a Polish name?
Henry Kryszucki! I don't know how to spell it. K-R-Y-S-Z-U-C-
K-I. He saw The Working American and he said, “We've got to take
that exhibit and put it in the Pompidou. I said, “You can't do this.” He
said, “We can put it in to the Pompidou.” I said, “I can't move it -- the
loans and things.” “Oh we've got to take your material. It's got to
come, got to come!” Paul Davis is a friend of the -- who's the big
Jack Lang! He says, “Jack Lang is a friend of mine.” He says,
“I'm going to Paris because we're going there to consult on posters for
the Mitterand first campaign.” Comes back, he says, “Moe, they
wanted to use the Bread and Roses slogan. I told them they had to get
it from you.” [laughter] They did a slogan with the roses, but that's a
traditional, the rose.
Then Italy. When they came and found out about Bread and Roses
they wanted to meet for an hour, and they kept meeting and meeting
Who was that?
That's the head of the [?], Professor -- he's the head of the
Festival of the People. Now we have a relationship, a continuing
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