[Question:] "Do you remember the Farm Strike Movement?"
"Yes, I do."
[Question:] "What did you think of it?"
"Well, I thought it was one way, I guess, that people were trying to bring the plight of the farmer to the attention of the American public. And so people were I remember we were not going to buy bread on a certain day, and these kinds of things. I remember the tractor parade that came to York and there were speakers. And I think really they were just trying to tell the public that things are at a critical state. And actually I think they traveled to Washington DC tractorcades and again it was a way to bring attention. And sometimes you have to do those things."
[Question:] "Do you think it did anything? Do you think it was successful at all?"
"Yes I do. I think that it made people realize that they shouldn't take their food for granted. That there was a situation in the agriculture arena that was serious. I think that it certainly did bring some attention [to the situation]. And I think there were probably some policy changes that did occur because of it."