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very much more. So I went to see Hubert Humphrey, who had just
in that year -- in the winter of that year, '74 -- suffered
from a severe treatment by X-Ray for his bladder cancer and who
by this time was feeling extremely well and lively, and I complained
to him that we had a terrible time in the House but that his
suggestion that we give up on the sub-committee and go to the
leadership, meaning , had brought forth $660 million
from the House -- and what would he do? Well, he said, “I will
introduce an amendment on the floor of the Senate.”
We not being a member of that committee.
We not being a member of that committee. And he said,
“Get me the retrial.” Now, I really should give you his speeches.
There are two speeches that he made on the floor of the Senate
that were marvelous speeches.
And you have copies.
Yes. (pause in recording)
The two speeches will be attached to the manuscript. So he
really came through.
He really came through. Those speeches were very eloquent.
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