Interview with Walter Mondale
QUESTION 43
INTERVIEWER:

…WE STOPPED ABOUT UH, GOING AROUND AND ROUND AND

Walter Mondale:

Oh yeah. See everybody was trying to think of something that was simple, that would solve it and, and would satisfy everybody. The problem was, there was no such solution. And so we'd go around and around and around and everybody would try this and try that and writers would see if they could write around the problems, and philosophers see if they could uh, dream of something to dream over the problem. It never—it, it wouldn't go away. It had to be resolved. It had to be compromised, I think in the way that we did it. And it was inevitable that some people would be unhappy.**