Interview with Judge Charles Clark
QUESTION 28
INTERVIEWER:

I'M GOING TO ASK YOU NOT TO CALL HER A JUDGE, SHE WASN'T AT THE TIME…

Judge Charles Clark:

All right. I can remember that Mrs. Motley… start again? I can remember that Mrs. Motley took a very hard stance and insisted that uh, the ultimate force, or as much force as necessary be imposed and I can remember that Burke Marshall adopted a more conciliatory stance with the court. Now the details of exactly how that was expressed, uh leave me, I know that that uh, that those were the positions of the parties at the time.