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your record and know.

Lasker:

You know, none of them know anything about me, nothing. Nothing. I mean, Mahon knows that I was a friend of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, because he was sometimes at the White House, but other than that he really doesn't know anything about me.

Q:

It seems to me, most of the nation knows about you.

Lasker:

No, they don't.

Q:

Yes, they do. Lots of them do.

Lasker:

Not the Congressmen, that's all I can tell you. Except when they see me once or twice a year.

Q:

Now, when you were ill for a couple of months and out of commission did Mike Gorman do anything? Was he able to do anything?

Lasker:

No. He has not been very -- he was not very well evidently, and this spring he was really depressed, and he went to a hospital where they were very good on drugs against depressions, and he stayed there six weeks and finally got himself stabilized and he's in a much better frame of mind.

Q:

So he's back now?

Lasker:

So he's back now working, and his mood seems to be considerably more cheerful and more cooperative. But that's something good that's happened, and I'll tell you more about that later.

I must say to you -- I'm going to give you charts that show up





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