Interview with William O'Neal
QUESTION 44
INTERVIEWER:

What would you tell your son about what you did then?

WILLIAM O'NEAL:

I think I'll let your documentary put a cap on that story. I don't know what I'd tell him other than I was part of the struggle. That's the bottom line. I wasn't one of those armchair revolutionaries. One of those people that want to sit back now and judge the actions or inactions of people when they sit back on the sideline and did nothing. At least I had a point of view. I was dedicated. And then I had the courage to get out there and put it on the line. And I did. I think I'll let hi--let history speak for me.