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didn't make him demand that they give additional money; he just
agreed with us that more money should be given.
His opposition originally was based on the idea of waste in
Oh, just that it was a new idea; he was opposed to it
because it was a new thought.
Was Walter Judd of any use to you?
Was he not at all interested?
Not interested, and almost, as I recall it, more hostile
than friendly. Isn't that extraordinary?
Doctors had a tendency always to defend the status quo,
you know, in medicine; that's their usual tendency, unless
they're very interested in research themselves.
I did not go to Washington again until the end of June,
after my husband's death, but I spoke to Senator Chavez a number
of times on the phone. He was then the Chairman of the Senate
Subcommittee on Appropriations for what was then the Federal
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