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They're still in debt, are they not? The National Committee?
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)
Sometimes I suppose it's helpful to carry a debt figure.
All right. We've arrived at social activities.
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.
You were just barely recovered at that point, were you not?
Yes, I'd barely recovered. Barely recovered. I wasn't
really recovered. And then I gave --
How many people?
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?
Exactly. And you have given me this --
Yes. There's a list of the -- here's the list.
Have you identified names?
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