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once they had sent in their budget.
Was this something she did on her own initiative,
do you think?
And was it perhaps due to her newness in
I don't know. I have a copy of her letter and I
have copies of columns written by
Marquis Childs and Kempton on the
subject, which I'll give you. This shows
you how just blind people's objections
are to being defended against dying.
Well, I suppose there are so many other immediate
considerations which seem to enter into
I don't know, I don't really know what they were.
After all, these were very small amounts
in the total picture of the federal
budget. I think it's just blind
Pierson, Kempton, Childs and Doris Fleeson all
commented on Mrs. Hobby's lack of
interest in progress in medical research
and additional funds.
You had had that one meeting with Mrs. Hobby
shortly after she was appointed. Had you
pursued that any further?
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