Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark
QUESTION 14
INTERVIEWER:

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Dr. Kenneth Clark:

The resistance? Of course, we had to have expected resistance. What I didn't anticipate was how long the resistance was going to last. I thought, you know, that we would have resistance for a few years, and the white public and public officials who were black would adjust to changes in the segregation matter, and accept desegregation. I must confess, I published articles making that kind of prediction. I wish I could get them back now because obviously the resistance not only persists, continuing up to the present, but seems to be much more effective than the early forms of resistance. The northern type of resistance to me, is more insidious and more effective than the barbarous, blatant type of resistance—

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