Interview with Senator Ralph Yarborough
QUESTION 12
INTERVIEWER:

IN THE TELEPHONE CONVERSATION WE HAD WITH YOU A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO, YOU UH, USED A LINE I WOULD DEARLY LOVE, IF YOU KIND OF WORK TOWARD THAT AGAIN, I'M PRACTICALLY GOING TO PUT WORDS IN YOUR MOUTH, BUT THEY'RE YOUR WORDS, SO I'M NOT GOING TO FEEL BADLY ABOUT IT. YOU MADE A COMMENT THAT WHEN YOU SAW WHAT HAD HAPPENED IN SELMA WAS NO LONGER A QUESTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS, YOU KIND OF KNOW WHERE I'M GOING WITH THAT? YOU SAID IT WAS REALLY HUMAN RIGHTS…

Senator Ralph Yarborough:

That's well, it was. I hadn't thought of that now, but that, yeah.