Interview with James Bash
QUESTION 14
INTERVIEWER:

—NOPE. WRONG.

James Bash:

I don't think there was too much concern by the locality of people, people in the locality, that is the general run-of-the-mill person in the locality about what was going on at the state level or the national level. They were merely concerned about what was going on in Farmville itself and at the high school in particular. There were people of course, who were involved with the defenders of liberty and individual sov—state sovereignty, but they, and they were sort of in the wings of local organizations working with the PTAs and so on but so far as taking the local leadership openly, was concerned, they did not.