Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 103
INTERVIEWER:

SPECIFICALLY AND GIVE ME THAT CONTEXT OF YOU AND JIM CLARK.

C. T. Vivian:

O.K., is that, with Jim Clark, it was a clear engagement between the forces of the movement und the forces of the structure that would destroy the movement. It was a clear engagement between those who wished the fullness of their personalities to be met, and those that would destroy us physically and psychologically. You do not walk away from that. This is what movement meant. Movement meant that finally we were encountering, on a mass scale, the evil that had been destroying us on a mass scale. You do not walk away from that, you continue to answer it.** Uh, it does not matter whether you are beaten, that's a secondary matter. The only important thing is that you reach the conscience of those who are with you and of anyone watching—both the so-called enemy, and those who are preparing the battle, and anyone else who may be watching. Uh…