Interview with Paul N. Ylvisaker
QUESTION 7
INTERVIEWER:

You have to tell me what is inevitable, right?

PAUL YLVISAKER:

Oh, it's--

INTERVIEWER:

When people try--

PAUL YLVISAKER:

When, at that time, you had a particular thing that was moving, the mechanization of agriculture was driving the Black populations and other agricultural populations into the cities, and those who were displaced or dealt with it day by day in the competition for jobs, housing, and the rest, were particularly affected. You would find this, by the way, in the hostility to the, the Appalachian movement of Whites into the Midwest cities, Akron, Toledo, and the rest. There was that same kind of fear and competition that went with the newcomers coming into a situation--