In a ten-minute uncredited filmed interview, circa 1972, staged on the steps of the Montgomery State Capitol, Stokely Carmichael (1941-1998) looks back on events of the 1960s and discusses his political and social philosophy. The unidentified interviewer mentions that the Montgomery bus company had gone out of business "a few months ago." J. Mills Thornton in Dividing Lines (2002), 60, notes that National City Lines "ended its Montgomery operations in 1972." Hence the provisional date.