Interview with Kenneth Clark
QUESTION 6
SAM POLLARD:

So did you think that the students had a valid reason? I mean--

KENNETH CLARK:

I don't know. All I know is that I was primarily concerned with protecting the students and the university from chaos and violence. I can't tell you if they had valid--a valid series of objectives or not. I mean they were organized and they had taken over a couple of the buildings and they seemed quite persistent and insistent. And, ah, A few of us on the board felt that if we didn't establish some communication with them that things would get worse and worse and worse.**