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AND DOLLARS? which we got some very good letters from Senator Magnusson
on, which I always consider it's worthwhile if you get a good letter
from Senator Magnusson to publish the whole thing.
I'm going to get you this material, the documentation of the bill.
I have a few questions I want to ask. Since there has been a change
in the leadership of HEW, I wanted to ask you about Elliot Richardson
and his interest in medical research.
Oh, yes. Well, I don't think he has any particular interest in
medical research. He seems, according to Mike Gorman, interested in
mental health problems, and he was in the state of Massachusotts,
and Mike feels rather friendly toward him. I think he's rather cold, but
I think he's energetic and probably knows how to manage the Department
along Republican lines.
He has a reputation as a really good administrator.
I'm sure he is.
It seems to me it takes that in such a sprawling department.
Yes -- oh, it's very very complex. I think it should be
broken into Health, Education and Welfare, all separate.
Yesterday I saw on television, watched an interview with the
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