Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 45
INTERVIEWER:

I'm going to ask you the same question and just put it in terms of Chicago. In terms of Chicago, at this period of time, what lay ahead?

ALBERT RABY:

The, the challenge that lay before the movement was breaking down the economic disparity within the city. Still, trying to end slums, trying to, help underpaid workers, organize into unions so they could, better their job relationship, and a whole variety of economic issues that lay before us in the city that were clearly worsening at the moment that we were dealing with it.