Andrew Young: When people say extemporaneous, I always say, the implication is “off the cuff.” And no, I think when we were in constant struggle like that, you’re struggling with issues and ideas. And he never slept. Ralph used to say, “Martin’s got a war on sleep, not on poverty.” Because he would want to discuss things — two, three o’clock in the morning. Then he’d wake up at six o’clock in the morning, raring to go again. He was always reading or talking or arguing. So his life was a life of constant preparation. He’d done a lot of — and he had a brilliant memory. So he could go back and quote Shakespearean things that he had not seen since he was in college, or he could — because he was a preacher, preaching every Sunday — he’d always get the right Bible verse at the right time. It was his life.