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Mrs. Lasker, in this charming setting I'm sure
that your story is going to be more
interesting than ever, and you were
going to give me a further chapter, I
believe, on the subject of politics.
Last time, as you recall, you talked
about the convention when Kennedy got
the nomination, and you want to go on
I think I told you that in September of '60 that
Bill Walton was in charge of the
problems in New York State for Kennedy.
Didn't I say that I went with him to
make a contribution to Kennedy's
campaign at the Carlyle?
Yes, you did.
And I told you that I went with Udall to the
press conference for the announcement of
his appointment as Secretary of
Interior, and it was also the day he
asked Kennedy to have Frost at the
About the 1st of November I went to California. I
think it was because Francie Brody
wanted me to see the Picasso show that
she had arranged and which opened at
that time. In any case, I went there,
and Stevenson was campaigning in
southern California for Kennedy, and
Kennedy was also there at
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