Interview with Thomas R. Waring
QUESTION 18
INTERVIEWER:

DO YOU REMEMBER THE SENTIMENT OF – AROUND THE MISSISSIPPI CASE IN – AT OLE MISS – IN THIS AREA, D—HOW PEOPLE FELT ABOUT THAT?

Thomas R. Waring:

Well, again, I think – I don't remember the details, the day-to-day details of these things. They sort of merge in – into the past of just um, things that happened and I would have to read up about it to be sure of what was what and who did what when. But generally speaking, I think these were just incidents of the kind of thing that can happen when you interfere with the deep convictions of American citizens.