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of really what I did, but it also is a sign of great generosity and
grace on the part of Senator. Hill, because I assure you that most
people, including John Fogarty, or anybody else, would not admit to
having anybody else have any influence on him. Hill had so much --
effected so many things and did so many things that whether I helped
him with this or not didn't make any difference to him. He was
operating on such a vast scale, but most people
You know? Let's see, have I got -- have you got a pen? Is there
Oh, yes. Yes, plenty of tape. And we're going to talk about
Jane has listed a reception that I gave for Congressman
William Green [Congressman William J. Green], running for the Senate
against the present Senator Heinz [Senator Henry J. Heinz III], on
October 21st, and I was so sick that day that I was in bed and was
not able to go to the reception in my apartment.
Who conducted it in your stead?
Is she politically minded too?
Not really. I don't know, maybe it was my nephew and niece,
and the people that had invited the people. At any rate, I was not
present, and it didn't help the poor Mr. Green because he was defeated.
What was his particular merit? Why were you backing him so strongl
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