White Hunter, Black Heart by Peter Viertel

By Peter Viertel

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I strongly advised him to co-operate. ' Tynan hit the desk with his fist. ' 'Chief, when we deal with clergymen, we're not dealing with the normal run of men. They don't react like ordinary human beings. It's because they've got all that God stuff for a backup. Like after he refused to co-operate, he stood up to dismiss me, and he said something to the effect, "You've heard me. " That was it, actually. When I left, I thought I'd give him one last warning. ' 'I'm afraid not, chief. My evaluation is that nothing will make him talk.

Excellent,' said the President. 'The problem there is that people become inured to the repetition of mere figures. ' He reached across the green blotter to his scratch pad on which he'd scribbled some notes. 'Often, a well-worded speech can dramatize the situation far better. And get more coverage. I was thinking of scheduling a number of Administration people - members of the Cabinet, department heads - to speak at conventions or meetings already scheduled in California's major cities. I've been listing some names here.

Still, we -' Tynan straightened in his swivel chair. 'That's more than enough. You go in and spring that on him, and then we'll see -' 'I already have, chief,' said Adcock quickly. 'I went over to see him late this morning. ' 'Well, goddammit, what did he say? ' Harry Adcock was orderly and chronological in all his narratives. He never gave answers out of sequence, the way newsmen wrote leads, because he felt it led to distortions, omissions, misunderstandings. Tynan had learned to live with this habit, and he did so now.

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