Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 43
PAUL STECKLER:

What I want you try to do in one statement, a few sentences, when I ask you what did you see when he finished, combine just what you saw of the crowd vividly and what you saw with King and how he felt, and how it made you feel about the strike. So the mountaintop speech ends and you've built up to this fever pitch, he turns around, you see him, and see the crowd. How did it, how did it, how did it all--

WILLIAM LUCY:

Well, I mean, his, the look on his face and the emotion that was being displayed by the crowd, ah, said to me that, we, victory is very near in this, in this strike. Ah, that, ah, the people are united, ah, he has made a moral commitment to it, and it's simply a matter of persevering.

PAUL STECKLER:

OK, lets stop down for a second.