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And altogether I think between $4 and $5 million has been
raised, but most of that has come from the labor unions or
from their promises--a great part of it, in any case.
Who is chairman of this?
Stevenson is still chairman of it, and he's been
complaining bitterly about being chairman because it's been
very time-consuming because there have been many different
people who have had a great many different ideas--some people
who felt that something should be done about civil rights
in her name. Well, something should be done about civil
rights in everybody's name, just not in her name.
That's a point well taken.
Don't you think so?
And something should be done about cancer in everybody's
You can go off on all these tangents.
You can go off on all these tangents, and any foundation
that's for too many different purposes is sure to fail because
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