If you could tell me how you felt about the agreement between Daley and the movement.
The time of the agreement between Dr. King and Daley when they signed that accord, it was a great day. A great feeling. Because you, we understood the hardship that Dr. King went through to get that done. Whatever utterance of change that Daley had to do, weather it was--I'm sure that to Daley it was superfical, he wasn't real. One thing thatwe learned, and htat Dr. King always said so very cleverly was that: "you cooperate, I'll operate; you get the same result." So we were getting the same result, out of Daley having to operate, in spite of his non-cooperation. And I think it was a reat day for us to just say "keep on, you can do it." I think that's what it meant to us.
OK, thank you!