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Interview no. 20 (Part II) - June 30th, 1980
This the 20th interview -- part 2 -- with Mary Lasker, at
her new residence, her beautiful residence in Greenwich,
Conn., on Monday the 30th of June 1980.
For the past 20 years I have been terribly much
impressed with the range of your activities in so many
different areas of interest, which are so vast, and I
was doubly so when I picked up the list of topics
that Mrs. Brewer sent me -- the list that you will probably
cover today -- and I simply have to say that you are a
kind of a fabulous person. We used to talk about the
Renaissance man. I think you are a Renaissance woman
actually, and perhaps unique in all the world. I just
wanted to say that.
Everybody is unique in all the world.
Oh well, yes.
You just told me off tape something very interesting.
It's part of your philosophy of life and the way in which
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