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"It Has Happened Here," Survey Graphic, September 30, 1941.
"The Three Georgians Didn't Shadowbox," Atlanta Constitution, March 5, 1944.
"There Is Time Yet: Freedom of the Press," Atlantic, September 1944.
"V-Bomb Attacks on This Nation?" Atlanta Constitution, January 13, 1945.
"You Don't Destroy People Like the Greeks," Atlanta Constitution, March 8, 1945.
"Konfessions Koncerning Klans," Atlanta Constitution, June 2, 1946.
"The Political Platypuses," Atlanta Constitution, June 11, 1947.
"Coming Events, and Shadows," Atlanta Constitution, July 31, 1947.
"A Visitor from South Africa," Atlanta Constitution, October 3, 1947.
"The Meaning of Segregation," Atlanta Constitution, January 22, 1948.
"They Simply Do Not Trust Us," Atlanta Constitution, March 4, 1948.
"Will the South Ditch Truman?" Saturday Evening Post, May 22, 1948.
"What's Wrong with Southern Cooking?" Saturday Evening Post, March 26, 1949.
"They Stuck to the South," Saturday Evening Post, April 30, 1949.
"A Lynching and'The Difference,'" Atlanta Constitution, June 1, 1949.
"Men Who Shame Our State and Flag," Atlanta Constitution, August 18, 1949 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963).
"This Was It, This Very Room," Atlanta Constitution, December 26, 1952.
"To Inform, Not Inflame," Atlanta Constitution, December 11, 1953.
"How Adlai Stevenson Won Georgia's Heart All Over Again," Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, December 27, 1953.
"An'Afrikaner' on Tour," Atlanta Constitution, October 26, 1955.
"The Angry South," Atlantic, April 1956.
"A Southerner Talks with the South: A Review of Robert Penn Warren's Segregation," New York Times, September 6, 1956.
"Adlai Stevenson and the Democratic South," New Republic, June 27, 1957.
"The Face of the South," Atlanta Constitution, September 12, 1957.
"What Is Faubus' Role?" Atlanta Constitution, September 26, 1957.
"The Southern Moderates Are Still There," New York Times Magazine, September 21, 1958.
"A Church, A School," Atlanta Constitution, October 13, 1958.
"Flight of the Beast," Atlanta Constitution, January 3, 1959.
"If the Southern Negro Got the Vote," New York Times Magazine, June 21, 1959.
"The Agony of the Southern Minister," New York Times Magazine, September 27, 1959.
"South Needs New Mood," Atlanta Constitution, April 23, 1960.
"Democrats Sense Chance at Victory," Atlanta Constitution, October 22, 1960.
"New Law, Old Fears," Reporter, June 9, 1960.
"In Dixie Land He Takes a Stand," Atlanta Constitution, October 11, 1960.
"The South Will Change," Saturday Evening Post, September 30, 1961.
"Thoughts After Climbing Mount Fuji," Atlanta Constitution, July 8, 1962.
"You Know How It Was, Ed," Atlanta Constitution, December 6, 1962.
"Where We Stand: Emancipation," Look, January 15, 1963.
"Uneasy Times for Presidents," Atlanta Constitution, February 17, 1963.
"A Matter of Costs," Atlanta Constitution, May 9, 1963.
"Bull Connor Helps Insight," Atlanta Constitution, May 14, 1963.
"The South Looks Ahead," Ebony, September 1963.
"Very Cautious Optimism," Atlanta Constitution, January 1, 1964.
"A Ticket to Excite the Vote," Atlanta Constitution, January 20, 1964.
"Civil Rights: A Background," Atlanta Constitution, February 25, 1964.
"Dangerous Social Dynamite," Atlanta Constitution, February 26, 1964.
"Extremists Aid Subversion," Atlanta Constitution, May 2, 1964.
"Word from Mississippi," Atlanta Constitution, June 26, 1964.
"Nobel Prize Reminds Us," Atlanta Constitution, October 16, 1964.
"The Warmest Memory," Atlanta Constitution, January 25, 1965.
"Down the Same Road, But Not in Step," New York Herald–Tribune, March 21, 1965.
"Politics in Alabama," Atlanta Constitution, March 11, 1966.
"U.S. Soldiers Are Learning," Atlanta Constitution, March 12, 1966.
"Errors of Bloc Leadership," Atlanta Constitution, June 22, 1966.
"Africa's Future Affects Us All," Atlanta Constitution, March 25, 1967.
"Two Dixie'Educators'," Atlanta Constitution, May 15, 1967.
"Encouragement of Discontent," Atlanta Constitution, May 27, 1967.
"The South's Glowing Horizon—IF," Saturday Review, March 9, 1968.
"A Free Man Killed by White Slaves," Atlanta Constitution, April 5, 1968.
"The Harvest of Hate," Atlanta Constitution, June 7, 1968.
"Afro-American, Negro, Black—?" Atlanta Constitution, November 16, 1968.
"Pandering to a Myth," Atlanta Constitution, November 18, 1968.
"Old South? New South?" Atlanta Constitution, November 23, 1968.
"...The Fabric of Our Soul," Atlanta Constitution, November 27, 1968.