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do that? Were you involved in that at all?
I can't remember.
I'm sure I knew about it.
Any other--focusing on the political aspect--and we're talking
about church-state, and how in fact it operated--you know, that you
two would discuss things together. What about the first time a
It goes[?] long before that--when I was publisher of LIFE
I was involved in everything that went on there editorially because I
would be in Ed Thompson's office two or three times a week, at
least--or whoever the managing editor was--because I think I was
publisher while there were--I had Thorndike, Thompson--
That was it; Thompson went through 1961.
He went through 1961. That's right, Thorndike and
Thompson, yes. I had a very long association with Thompson, and we
were two very different types, but it was Thompson--as I remember, he
would never bring anything up as a matter of church and state. We
just argued about anything and everything, ranging from the magazine
to anything else.
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