Interview with Dr. William Anderson
QUESTION 28
JAMES A. DEVINNEY:

OK, NOW HOW DO YOU THINK THAT HELPED YOU OR HURT YOU?

Dr. William G. Anderson:

I certainly feel as though we did not have sufficient resources to effectively attack all of those areas at the same time. But again, recognize that we were inexperienced as civil rights activists. I had never been directly involved in any such activity and I was the leader of the movement. And I, I was just frustrated in that in a city that was totally segregated, all of the—the facets of segregation seemed to be equally important, and I attacked them all.