Interview with Dr. William Anderson
QUESTION 30
JAMES A. DEVINNEY:

NOBODY HEARD ME. CONSTANTLY WHAT?

Dr. William G. Anderson:

I was, I was afraid on occasion. Needless to say, my life was threatened several times. We got threatening phone calls at my home. My home was stoned several times. And I was afraid for the safety of my wife and my kids, as well as for myself. I was not afraid to the extent that I was paranoiac about it. I didn't stop going to work everyday. I did not stop going out on house calls and delivering babies in the middle of the night. I would attend the mass rallies and I never had any escorts. I never had any bodyguards. But yes, I was afraid. But at the same time it was not a morbid fear, and I had reached that point in life, where if it meant my life would be in jeopardy because of what we were doing, so be it.