Lead: Social movements often require charismatic leadership in the early stages, but needs change with growth. Consider the case of Candy Lightner, the founder of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: On the afternoon of May 3, 1980, Clarence Busch, plowed his automobile into 13-year old Cari Lightner who was walking in the bike lane on the way to church. So hard was she hit that her body flew 120 feet in the air. So severe were her injuries, she died a hour later. Clarence Busch was drunk and not surprisingly fled the scene. He had two previous convictions for driving driving drunk and had served jail time for hit and run.

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