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Did I say last time that I supported Stevenson in
'60 because I had supported him in '56,
he was a friend, and represented my
political point of view? I thought he'd
be bitter if I didn't, although
ungrateful if I did.
No, you did not say that.
Both of which were true!
On the other hand, I'm sure that if he'd read
this he'd feel that I was a little
unkind to him, but, honestly, I don't
see how he could say that I wasn't
Is he aware of his own deficiencies in the
Well, I think that he's aware of his deficiencies
probably in ways that most people are
aware of their deficiencies. He's just a
very complicated personality.
It seems to me that a man in public life,
especially a man running for office, has
his deficiencies pointed out to him in
no uncertain terms.
Yes, but not always with a great deal of insight,
just the superficial aspects of them.
Isn't that true?
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