Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 7
INTERVIEWER:

I'm going to ask you the same question, I just want a slightly different answer in terms of a little more-- Can you give me a more human sense of that, it sounds like an unbelievably tiring summer, what happened?

ALBERT RABY:

When we had asked, Martin to come to Chicago, we had gone through a summer which had seen as many as eleven or 1200 people arrested in a su--in a single demonstration. And marches diminish from 25,000, a high of 25,000, to as few as nine and a dog. And the Chicago Daily News, in fact, carried a picture announcing that the summer was over, because we had called off our last march. Ah, Dr. King's--