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invited to be--to head the number two job at the Post Office.
[laughter] He knew so much more about the Post Office than anybody
What about--I don't know if there were major--in your years--First Amendment issues that came up in the press. The reason I'm asking is--would the board weigh in on that kind of thing?
No. They wouldn't. They simply didn't have any particular
qualifications on the First Amendment issues.
Or if you had asked somebody on the board for that
reason--somebody with First Amendment qualifications?
No, we did not. Well, all the First Amendment issues we
handled ourselves, either with the editors handling them, or going
down talking with Congressmen.
What about your law firm? Was Cravath still the law firm?
No--oh, yes, I'm sorry--Cravath was the law firm, but we
did employ at various times people in Washington--law firms, quote
really “lobbyists.” And then we created our own business office in
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