A tumultuous rock-'n'-roll song was thumping along on Atlanta's most popular Negro-oriented radio station, WAOK, when it was interrupted by the "white sound" of a high-pitched oscillator. Silence for a moment, and then without any introduction came the unidentified voice of a Negro father and his children speaking:
Father: If you are an American, you supposed to stand up for your country.
Son: I'm not gonna be any damn martyr in Viet Nam. I know that much.
Father: Stand up for your country. You a Communist or somethin'?
Son: Oh, you simple man, you....