Interview with Robert Lucas
QUESTION 22
JUDY RICHARDSON:

How did you feel about that?

ROBERT LUCAS:

Ah, I really felt, ah, you know, really good about it and I, I felt.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

Could you say, "I really felt good about the self-defense," or however you want to put it. R

ROBERT LUCAS:

OK. Ah, I really felt really good about the Blacks catching the missiles and, and throwing them back because it surely indicated, you know, to the whole world that nonviolence had worked really in the South but it wasn't about to really work in the North, so, so that, that's why I really thought, I really thought, I felt good about it.