Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 42
PAUL STECKLER:

And how did you feel at that moment?

WILLIAM LUCY:

I, I, I personally felt very good. Ah, I was always confident that we would win the strike. It was never a question of losing, and that reinforced it, because it gave the, the men, it gave the union, it sent a signal to across the city, that this moral struggle is going to continue until victory.