Interview with Andrew Young
QUESTION 8
PAUL STECKLER:

Let's go to some of the stuff that, that you and he talked about, and this is. At this point in time, he actually was getting much more militant especially in some of his pronouncements in public. What were his views on economics? I mean, was he a socialist? Was he a revolutionary?

ANDREW YOUNG:

In one of the last speech's that Martin gave to the staff, he defined very well his views. He felt that capitalism needed more of a conscience and that capitalism had to move to protect people's economic rights, but that Communism had to move to, to protect people's human rights, and he was a critique of both systems. And he saw the process of social justice as the basis for both the, the dilemma we were in , on the planet, but he also saw that as the basis for possible change for the better.