Interview with Nicholas Katzenbach
QUESTION 42
INTERVIEWER:

BUT HE DID USE THOSE KINDS OF EVENTS PRETTY MUCH TO HIS, HIS OPPORTUNITY, DIDN'T HE?

Nicholas Katzenbach:

He may have used the fact that uh, I guess we all used the fact that there was a great dissatisfaction and a great turmoil uh, as a method of trying to persuade Congress to enact things that would be constructive and tend to avoid that turmoil. Uh, uh, on the other hand you have to be terribly careful because the Congress of the United States, uh, believe it or not, doesn't like to be pressured by uh groups demonstrating and groups, they like to think of themselves as deliberative process on the merits and while they'll meet the lobbyist in, in their chambers, they don't like the idea of people demonstrating in the Capitol.