BACK IN NASHVILLE, YOU'RE SITTING IN A ROOM WITH JOHN LEWIS, BERNARD LAFAYETTE, MARION BARRY, AND OTHER PEOPLE. IF YOU LOOKED AROUND THAT ROOM, DO YOU THINK ALL THESE PEOPLE WOULD BE SO IMPORTANT TO THE MOVEMENT, DID ANY OF THEM HAVE A FEELING FOR WHAT WAS HAPPENING?
I don't understand the question. That they would be important to the movement itself? During that period of time? Or that they'd emerge later?