Interview with Herbert X. Blyden
QUESTION 17
INTERVIEWER:

Why was it important to you specifically. What did you feel when dealing with this issue of amnesty.

HERB BLYDEN:

Personally I didn't up for amnesty. I wanted transfer to a non-imperialist county because I had had experience in the Tombs and I knew that amnesty on its face meant no more than the emancipation of slaves during Lincoln's days. Just mere words by the White man.

INTERVIEWER:

OK, let's cut there.