Interview with Raymond Haight
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QUESTION 20
INTERVIEWER:

OK, great. Can you tell me that your father, about being disappointed that he got no press from the ?

RAYMOND HAIGHT:

Probably the saddest part of the election, for my father, was the lack of publicity in his own city, Los Angeles. He was on good working terms, since he'd been a Republican in the 1920s and right up until the election, with the , with the Chandlers, he had worked so closely with them. But when that election began, he needed name recognition, and he just did not get any publicity at all. There is one article that I saw once, going through the files, that referred to him as a pinko, and that is the only thing that I can find in the .