Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 39
INTERVIEWER:

Could you see at that time, in August-September of '66, that the movement itself, the non-violent movement was becoming fractured?

ALBERT RABY:

Yes, the movement, the movement was becoming fraction--not, fractional not only in the city of Chicago but across the country, and some of the same things that affected it nationally were evident on a local level.