Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 38
INTERVIEWER:

Did you have, because you were marching and marching and marching, the march ?

ALBERT RABY:

Well, the march that was called to, to go to Cicero was one in which I did not participate, I thought probably would not achieve very much, and don't think subsequently that it did. I don't think anybody claims that it did. It was more an emo--emotional response to a frustration than a goal that had an achievable end.