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have also talked to Senator Gary Hart of Colorado, who is on
the Armed Services Committee, and he too has sent this to
the Defense Department.
We'll see if the Defense Department -- they are so
languid that you can never tell how long it will take them
to comment on anything, and they figure that the Senators will
forget it, but the Senators, may not forget it, because
Cranston himself saved Lockheed, you know, the way Chrysler
was saved. Lockheed really was saved by him.
Yes, because now they are on the up and up.
They weren't getting anywhere with it.
But wouldn't this be a matter of concern to the Department
of Energy as well?
You would think so, but nothing seems to be ...
There don't seem to be any great advocates for any of these
things, unless there is tremendous money to be made.
I suppose that Lockheed is busy making conventional
aircraft and this is something that they would have to develop,
and if it were started today it would be available in 1985.
Well, you've got to think ahead, in the Defense Department
and in everything else. It doesn't seem to me to be too
much to expect that that should be of interest, but we'll
This, I reiterate, is an amazing thing to mee -- your
interest in this particular area.
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