Interview with Coretta Scott King
QUESTION 31
INTERVIEWER:

WE ARE GOING TO TALK ABOUT THIS WITH OTHER SPEAKERS TOO. I MEAN …

Coretta Scott King:

No, no, I want to say this—if, even if you don't take it on. What I'm saying is that in Birmingham, for instance, in Birmingham, for instance, he made the decision that he would break the injunction. But he had a situation in Birmingham with the brutality that caused the nation to rise up against that. So he had, you know, sort of a more moral authority in Birmingham, because of the reaction of the opposition.