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In the magazine.
Any recollections of that?
Nothing but embarrassment.
They called Dewey “the next President” or something [laughs]--
Any recollections of--
Then we did the Democratic one, too! Because I can
remember very well that we--Truman was chugging through the
countryside just during the convention, making speeches off the back
of the train. And I remember we went to the extraordinary trouble
then--it sounds like nothing now--of actually having a camera
wherever he stopped, and photographing him, and then either flying
the film in or, when we could, stitching together a network so that
we could show him live. It was really quite exciting, because we
would interrupt whatever was going on with Truman coming closer and
closer and closer to the convention place.
We did the election night, too. There we had the good sense to
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