Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 62
INTERVIEWER:

O.K., ATTORNEY LOOBY'S HOUSE IS BOMBED. UH, WHAT DTD THE BOMBING MEAN—OF HIS HOUSE—MEAN TO BLACKS AT THAT TIME, NOT NECESSARILY MOVEMENT PEOPLE BUT JUST THE WHOLE COMMUNITY? HOW DID THEY VIEW THE BOMBING?

C. T. Vivian:

I suppose that, uh, because of everything that happened before, see, a movement builds, because of everything that happened before, everybody in that city was now united, all right?