Interview with Judy Varley
QUESTION 15
DALE ROSEN:

Now, can you tell me at the end of the march what you felt and what you--?

JUDY VARLEY:

I, unfortunately, had to leave the march before we got to Jackson. I had an abscess tooth and a high temp and also a very bad case of chiggers. Slept out and, really got an infestation. Ah, I felt badly having to leave before the triumphal entrance into Jackson. Ah, but I felt that I probably would never be back down South, at least not in that role, not as a member of the Medical Committee for Human Rights or within the framework of the movement and I was right. That was the end of it.


DALE ROSEN:

OK, that's it, we're done. Check with Jim.