Mr. Randolph was a successful and uniquely gifted labor and civil rights activist because of his human qualities. His leadership flowed from the depth of his humanity—and from his understanding of the human condition. His modesty, his integrity, and his dedication won for him the loyalty—and yes, the love—of his comrades and trade union brothers and sisters. We who worked for him never served out of a sense of coercion or fear, but out of a sense of love and our need to share his commit...
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