Adjust the lights. Let the show begin:
Out of the darkness emerges audio guru, Tony Schwartz.
There is no such thing as silence, Tony tells us.
Bernbach ad agency: Sid Meyers tells Louise Brown, "Something big is in the air."
Aaron Ehrlich goes off topic, reading about the nuclear threat.
Sid to Louise, "You got a better angle?"
"Whatever it is, it's big. The corridors are buzzing."
Clifford Lewis arrives. "I'm looking for Mr. Bernbach."
"I'll let Mr. Bernbach explain."
Bll Bernbach: "I'm sorry if I kept you waiting."
"It's about to change. Fundamental change."
"I'm the White House Special Deputy Counsel."
Louise is flustered.
"You can't be a Republican."
Clifford to Aaron, "I'll show you around Washington."
Louise claims, "I'm a Democrat, sir."
"You can call me Lou, like the fellas do."
"The Strategy is a two-pronged assault."
Sid says, "Three months. No problem"
"It's called, 'The Great Society' "
"You've got a flair for forceful language."
Who will Johnson face in the election? Attack issues for both.
On the train back from Washington
"Here we go. Coffees and sandwiches."
Tony Schwartz ruminates on Muybridge's galloping horse. (See: http://www.uh.edu/engines/epi826.htm )
"When the audience participates ... how is that manipulation?"