Eugene McCarthy: We didn't have any kind of formal links with [the anti-war movement] - you know, they were kind of doing their own thing. In fact, some of them were a little upset when we started the campaign saying we were draining off energy; they were more radical. And they weren't harmful, but they weren't much help to us. So ... I wouldn't say we distanced ourselves from them: we just sort of let them do their own act.”
Interview with Senator Eugene McCarthy (1996)
Harvey Milk: I stood for more than just a candidate .… I have never considered myself a candidate. I have always considered myself part of a movement, part of a candidacy. I’ve considered the movement the candidate …. Almost everything that was done was done with an eye on the gay movement.
“Harvey Milk’s Political Will” in Randy Shilts, the Mayor of Castro Street (1982).
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