Interview with Andrew Young
QUESTION 35
PAUL STECKLER:

How did Dr. King feel about Malcolm X's assassination?

ANDREW YOUNG:

I think any time there was an assassination Martin felt that, "There, but for the grace of God, go I, and that I'll probably be next." He felt that way about John Kennedy's assassination and he felt that way about Martin--about Malcolm's assassination. I don't know that he ever believed that it was just internal fighting within the Muslim movement that led to Malcolm's death.

PAUL STECKLER:

Can we cut it for a second?