Interview with Andrew Young
QUESTION 16
PAUL STECKLER:

The Poor People's Campaign must have been received as a threat by Washington. I mean this idea of bringing together not only Blacks, but a coalition of the poor, and army of the poor. How was that, how did you perceive that?

ANDREW YOUNG:

Well we didn't realize it was a threat. And we saw the Poor People's Campaign as a non-violent challenge to democracy. But, years later my daughter did her college thesis on the Poor People's Campaign, and I...

PAUL STECKLER:

Ok, I got to stop you for a second because I'm not allowed to do anything that's not in that time period.

ANDREW YOUNG:

Oh, okay.