Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 10
INTERVIEWER:

In February, Dr. King moved into Chicago, in February, Mayor Daley announced his own program to end slums. What was he doing? What was that all about?

ALBERT RABY:

I think he was trying to end-run, Martin. Ah, trying to cut away an issue from him. Ah, trying to, to say to the general public that, that there were, that we didn't need Martin Luther King to deal with, the problems of slums in the city of Chicago, but that he would deal with them.