Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 16
PAUL STECKLER:

Was there a toll being taken on the older workers as well?

WILLIAM LUCY:

We think so. We think that the, uh--

PAUL STECKLER:

WILLIAM LUCY:

Ah, there was a toll being taken on the workers because, ah, and the other thing, the issues were so simple, yet the city was making them so difficult. Ah, and we, we and they believed that a, a moral shot in the arm was, was, would be useful, ah, and that Dr. King was the one who had the kind of stature that could bring that, that, that, that moral support as well as inspiration to continue.