Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 22
INTERVIEWER:

O.K., I'LL MOVE ON A LITTLE BIT NOW TO, UH, BACK FOCUSING ON NASHVILLE 1959, ‘60 RIGHT ON UP HERE, I'M READY TO 00 INTO [?]

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

The center please.

C. T. Vivian:

Oh, I didn't know that. Isn't that incredible? And it's [a] tragedy, you know, he [almost certainly referring to Selma Sheriff Jim Clark] really wanted to be a lawyer and a lot of things. Uh, [unintelligible] the tragedy of [unintelligible], you know, different society, it's got more freedom, Jim Clark may have made it, uh, you know, and become really the kind of person he would really have chosen to be. Uh, the whole system destroyed all of us in many ways. We normally don't see that or don't even think about it but uh, you know…