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"The Spring Offensive," Nation, February 3, 1964.
"It's Nearly All White in the South," New Republic, June 13, 1964.
"The Mob Behind the Marchers," Reporter, June 18, 1964.
"The American Middle Ground in St. Augustine," New South, September 1964.
"Their Text Is a Civil Rights Primer," New York Times Magazine, December 20, 1964.
"Why the Negro Children March," New York Times Magazine, March 21, 1965.
"Wallace-ism Is What Alabama (White) Wants," New Republic, May 14, 1966.
"The Negroes Enter Southern Politics," Dissent, July–August, 1966.
"SNCC in Trouble: A Report from Atlanta," Dissent July–August, 1966.
(with Reese Cleghorn) "The Impact of Negro Votes on Southern Politics," Reporter, January 26, 1967.
"Memphis Is Also America," Nation, April 22, 1968.
"Keep on A-walking, Children," New American Review, January 1969 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Southern Integrationists Feel Betrayed—by the North," New York Times Magazine, May 3, 1970.
"Society of the Absurd: A Look at the New South," Dissent, Winter 1970.
"Workers, White & Black, in Mississippi," Dissent, Winter 1972.