Okay, now the opposition from people that had been friends, the NAA- was he hurt?
No, I think he anticipated the difficulty with the NAACP and the Urban League. He also anticipated losing contributions but felt it was a price that had to be paid. I think he was disturbed at the, the aggressiveness of the attacks on him. It wasn't just that the NAACP and the Urban League said that he didn't, they didn't agree. They, too, began to challenge his right to have a strong opinion.