Interview with Nicholas Katzenbach
QUESTION 41
INTERVIEWER:

OK.

Nicholas Katzenbach:

I think that uh, marches, the demonstrations and things of that sort were not really things that President Johnson en—enjoyed either, I think he wanted accomplish enough so that he wouldn't have to deal with, with uh, demonstrations and protests and signs and pickets at the White House and so forth, and he felt that he was trying to do it. So I don't think he liked them, uh, but he certainly was willing to respond by getting as tough legislation as he could.