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Q:

They're still in debt, are they not? The National Committee?

Lasker:

They may be, but you never know what they use the money for. I'm not going to feel sorry for them for a while. (LAUGHTER)

Q:

Sometimes I suppose it's helpful to carry a debt figure. All right. We've arrived at social activities.

Lasker:

Well, the only big dinner that I gave during the year was at Twenty-One for the Harding Lawrences, who have always been so enchanting as to let me have their beautiful house in the south of France.

Q:

You were just barely recovered at that point, were you not?

Lasker:

Yes, I'd barely recovered. Barely recovered. I wasn't really recovered. And then I gave --

Q:

How many people?

Lasker:

I have a list of the people that went to it, which is sometimes fun too, because if somebody ever does a -- looks at this and wants to write about an era, they'll see who were circulating in the era. You know?

Q:

Exactly. And you have given me this --

Lasker:

Yes. There's a list of the -- here's the list.

Q:

Have you identified names?

Lasker:

Yes.

Q:

All right.



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