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Want to comment on him?
Well there's something about Italians. I'm always
surprised to remember that he's an Italian. But you know, it's
not--that's not what the Italians look like and act like usually.
Even an Agnelli would not--he's an extraordinarily effective man and
he did do a good job at Ford. Why Ford couldn't stand him is
something that nobody can quite explain. The explanation given is
that Lee was trying to get too much power. But after getting rid of
Lee he did step down and make Phil Caldwell the chairman and Caldwell
was a successful chairman for seven years. He's the one who pulled
Ford into first place now.
You have on your list here Karamanlis?
Karamanlis. Yes, it's really not worth mentioning though.
I've known him on and off in various guises. But I've visited some
in Greece and I think I saw him at Harvard when he got an honorary
degree. And then I forget what I had to do with him. He's a very
fine gentleman. Looks it. Acts it. And I think has been a good
patriot. As so often happens to those people. They get thrown out
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