Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 133
INTERVIEWER:

[overlap]. . .ABOUT THE DAY, ABOUT THE SPEECH OR THE CROWD'S REACTTON?

C. T. Vivian:

Oh no, it was just a regular mass meeting. I mean the idea was that, is that they knew when, when, ‘cause it was already clear we were coming, but you see nothing is clear until Martin arrives, I don't care who else does what, how many things done, until Martin himself comes, people don't believe it. But when Martin comes and tells them that, they believe it, O.K.? No, I mean I don't care what you say, I don't care who you are, right, until Martin says they're coming and they're going to stay through ‘til the end, O.K., now those kind of things were important, all right, and uh…