Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 33
PAUL STECKLER:

Early on in the strike there were lots of marches, what was happening day to day?

WILLIAM LUCY:

Day to day during the course of the strike we, we, we had to do two things. We had to keep the workers informed, ah, and we had to have a role for them to play, both ensuring the city that they were determined to carry on the strike, and at the same time, ah, demonstrate to the community that they were still alive and well.