Interview with Herb Boyd
QUESTION 23
SAM POLLARD:

I heard the National Guard had been called in and call in the National Guard and they'd come out on the street all these young White men were coming into the city of Detroit. The inner city of Detroit. What happened? What was it? How did things change in the city?

HERB BOYD:

When the National Guard arrived the whole mood, the festive mood like the holiday was over. You know it was like a tone of repression had settled in again as it was before the rebellion was triggered.

SAM POLLARD:

Lets cut a second. You know, I think it would be better if you start off, "I remember, when the National--National Guard was called in. I was driving down the street."