Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 19
INTERVIEWER:

Were you angry?

ALBERT RABY:

Not, not angry because his response didn't surprise me. It was clear that we would have to carry this battle on in the streets and in the neighborhoods themselves. Once you remember that, that wish-list included ending slum land--landlordism, and which required organizing tenant unions, treating welfare recipients humanely, which brought us to support the welfare rights activities that were going on in Chicago, and just a whole variety of activities which were prerequisites to ending those conditions.