Interview with Andrew Young
QUESTION 7
PAUL STECKLER:

Give me one sentence, because the reaction was pretty strong, how you can describe the reaction nationally.

ANDREW YOUNG:

Oh, I mean, it was like a torrent of hate and venom. This man, who had been respected world-wide as a Nobel Prize Winner and as the only person in America who was advocating change without violence, suddenly applied his non-violent ethic and practice to the realm of foreign policy, and it, no. It's alright for Black people to be non-violent when they're dealing with White people, but White people don't need to be non-violent when they're dealing with Brown people.