Interview with Ed Marciniak
QUESTION 38
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

And can you bring that one step further with--in terms of Mayor Daley and the movement?

ED MARCINIAK:

Well, the, the, the mayor, the city council had accepted in law the principle of fair housing. The, the only issue then was how do we achieve it? And how do we achieve it within that double policy of, that I, I referred to which is the right of everybody to buy or rent, and secondly, prevent the racial succession neighborhoods from all-W- White to all-Black. And that was, how do you do that? And certainly the, ah, the marches had the impact of scaring off people who were, who would not object to a Black as a neighbor, because I don't want my kids walking to school in all this violence. I don't like to see this hate.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK. Can we cut. This is the time when I get to ask you--