Show Business: Liza--Fire, Air and a Touch of Anguish

By the time I was eleven I was hiring the household staff. I'd tell them that the hours wouldn't be the same as in other households, but that they wouldn't be asked to do anything outrageous. I'd call the police to check the chauffeurs' references. I began answering Mama's fan mail when I was eleven too. She paid me $3 a week until I complained that the work was too much for me; then I got $5 a week. When I was 14, I drove my sister and brother...

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