Interview with Paul N. Ylvisaker
QUESTION 3
INTERVIEWER:

Well, the early movement. The movement of the March on Washington.

PAUL YLVISAKER:

I think that my impression was that a good deal of America was favorable, if partly out of guilt, partly out of the attraction of Martin Luther King talking about the ideals of America. They could relate to that, as many of them as immigrants themselves. It wasn't until the later period that you got the polarization and the fear that was later expressed. But in the early periods I think there's a good deal of sympathy.