Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 11
INTERVIEWER:

Was Chicago listening?

ALBERT RABY:

Oh, I think that, people who wanted to believe whatever Mayor Daley had to say listened. I think that those of us who were in the movement knew that that was not going to happen. I mean, this was the same mayor that said in 1963, of the most segregated city in the United States, that there were no ghettos. So that, it wasn't hard for us to arrive at the fact that he probably was not going to do anything to end slums, and, when in fact he had watched them grow.