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the cultural center?
She doesn't pay any attention to it at all; has no
idea about it. The children were against it. I'm fond of
her because she has this wonderful sense of survival and has
been through so much in her life and in spite of it all is
so interested and gay about trying to be herself and be
on her own and independent of her children that I've never
made an issue with her about it. I realize that it would be
too much for her. The children had decided that they'd
never conceived that they should be for both and be openly
for both. So I just didn't get into it with her. I just
have a relationship with her on another level.
She doesn't then assume a major role in family decisions?
No, the children decide what they are going to do.
It's extraordinary. First their father decided and now they
And I suppose Robert is the leading one now.
Well, but Edward is too, and Eunice has a lot to say
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