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research, and does a follow-up study for us. We get additional
follow-ups in that way. And then, it's interesting, a number of
people just come back. They come back to say hello to the people,
to find out whether the people that theyknew are still here. They
come back. And then you meet some of them, you know. They're gradu-
ated and they're working. You tend to meet those that are doing very
In other words, as far as those whom you can maintain contact
with, except for your sampling, would represent a biased sample,
the ones who do well.
Yes, Of course. Of course. Of course.
I shouldn't say biased sample, sampling bias.
We hope that's the most of them. We hope that's the most of them
(I'm going to see if I can get us a sandwich, do youmind?
Thank you. ...(omit))
Dr. Clark, to go back to my questioning about political
did figures, did Northside have any discussions with Adam Clayton Powell
when he was Congressman?
Well, I'll tell you how that happened. Kenneth was still
at Northside, at the time that he left to found HARYOU, and the
very first planning meetings for HARYOU were held at Northside
Center. When he went to HARYOU, of course we still worked very
closely together. We always have, no matter what we have done.
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