Interview with Russell Oswald
QUESTION 2
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

What was going on in terms of prisoner up risinging--there had been trouble at, at Folsom Prison and Auburn. What was going on in terms of prisoners.

RUSSELL OSWALD:

Well, they were, ah, the represented--

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

I'm story if you could--if you could tell me the prisoners--

RUSSELL OSWALD:

If you could tell me?

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

No, I need to tell me in terms of "the prisoners represented."

RUSSELL OSWALD:

Oh, The prisoner's represented what was, ah, really in our larger society. There was, ah, ah, terrible rebellious attitude, in the late 1960s, as you might recall, the ah, Kent State and ah the Chicago Seven, and the ah, the the difficulties at Folsom prison with George Jackson. And everyone was rebellious, it was a mini rebellion. So different from the days that we have today, or the, in the ear--in 1970.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Ok Cut.