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"The Cocktail Party and Dr. Bunche," Urbanite, April 1961.
"A Bowl of Gumbo for Curtis Bryant," Reporter, December 31, 1964.
"Klantown, U.S.A.," The Nation, February 1, 1965.
"...‘It Was Worth the Boy's Dying," Washington Post, March 22, 1965 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Beyond the Bridge," Reporter, April 8, 1965.
"Tuskegee's Negro Majority," Reporter, July 1, 1965.
"Beyond the Voting Rights Act," Reporter, October 7, 1965.
"Birmingham Two Years Later," Reporter, December 2, 1965.
"The Meredith March," New South, Summer 1966 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"A White Look at Black Power," Nation, August 8, 1966.
"The Thorntons of Mississippi: Peonage on the Plantation," Atlantic Monthly, September 1966.
"Bossism, Racism, and Dr. King," Nation, September 19, 1966.
"A Tale of Two Cities," Nation, November 21, 1966.
"Odyssey of a Man—And a Movement," New York Times Magazine, June 25, 1967.
"‘No Man Can Fill Dr. King's Shoes'—But Abernathy Tries," New York Times Magazine, May 26, 1968 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Requiem for Courtney Smith," Time, May 9, 1969.