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I think that's right. And you think there's enthusiasm
for it in Washington?
I really think so among people who are concerned about
cultural events. I know of some, and many of them have had
to travel to New York to fulfill their own natural desires
in this area.
And that's very expensive and ridiculous when you
consider that it's the nation's capital.
And it's so inconvenient that they don't...
They don't do it often.
Latently speaking, you have such a great interest in
cultural projects in Washington because you have a high
percentage of educated people.
Yes, I agree. Well, I'm glad to hear your feeling
about it because I hope it's very true as I've given a great
amount of time and effort, much of it very very frustrating
and very unsuccessful in large areas, toward getting it going;
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