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11:00; color; sound; V-168 S. 1239
This is a Channel 12 (Jacksonville) interview by Max Freeman with Reubin Askew. Gov. Askew stresses the importance of faith in any decision-making situation, but believes strongly in separation of church and state. When asked about being named one of the best dressed men in the nation, the governor acknowledges that good grooming is important. He remarks that he gets some of his best advice from his barber. He talks about the importance of exercise and his love of tennis. He speaks fondly of his children, discussing his daughter's desire to become a wide receiver in pro football. The interview is concluded with the governor's views on success, saying that the ability to delegate and lean on others plays a key role.
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