Interview with James Farmer
QUESTION 2
INTERVIEWER:

GOING TO THE KENNEDY ADMINISTRATTON, AFTER KENNEDY HAD BEEN PRESIDENT FOR THE FIRST SIX TO EIGHT MONTHS, WHAT CONCLUSIONS WERE BEING DRAWN ABOUT HIS ADMINISTRATION'S COMMITMENT TO CIVIL RIGHTS? HE'D NOW HAD A LITTLE TIME TO SHOW HIS COMMITMENT.

James Farmer:

Well, many of us felt that his commitment to civil rights was merely political. In other words--