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These clips come from an interview with Robert Moses conducted over the
phone by John Greene and Jeremy Jackson.
These interview files are in the streaming Quicktime audio format. You can
listen to them by using Quicktime
||My question is about your transition from Hamilton College right
into your Civil Rights work in Mississippi. I read in your book how
you talked about being an observer in the white world of Hamilton
College and it struck me and surprised me that how suddenly you could
move right in to civil rights.
||I was wondering if you could elaborate the meaning of "Minimum
of common conceptual cohesion" towards the people of the movement
and how the meaning of the "one person one vote" was important
to the disenfranchised in Mississippi.
||Around the end of the movement, near the end of the 1960's, how
has the organizing process left the people of the South or did the
popularity die out as the media lost attention?