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"Nonviolence vs. Jim Crow," Fellowship: The Journal of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, July 1942 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963).
"The Negro and Nonviolence," Fellowship: The Journal of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, October 1942.
(with George Houser) "We Challenged Jim Crow," Fellowship: The Journal of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, April 1947.
"Twenty-Two Days on a Chain Gang," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971). Originally published in New York Post.
"Civil Disobedience, Jim Crow, and the Armed Forces," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [April 11, 1948 speech].
"Montgomery Diary," Liberation, April 1956.
"Getting On with the White Folks," Liberation, September 1956.
"Fear in the Delta," Liberation, October 1956.
"New South, Old Politics," Liberation, October 1956.
"Even in the Face of Death, Liberation, February 1957.
"The Meaning of Birmingham," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [from June 18, 1963 pamphlet].
"In Answer to Senator Thurmond," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [press release, August 12, 1963].
"From Protest to Politics: The Future of the Civil Rights Movement," Commentary, February 1964.
"The Influence of the Right and Left in the Civil Rights Movement," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [January 1965 paper presented to Negro Leadership Conference].
"'Black Power' and Coalition Politics," Commentary, February 1965.
"Making His Mark" (review of The Autobiography of Malcolm X), New York Herald-Tribune (Book Week), November 14, 1965.
"The Watts'Manifesto' and the McCone Report," Commentary, March 1966.
"Guns, Bread, and Butter," War/Peace Report, March 1967.
"Dr. King's Painful Dilemma," Amsterdam News, March 3, 1967.
"The Premise of the Stereotype," Amsterdam News, April 8, 1967.
"On Langston Hughes," Amsterdam News, May 25, 1967.
"In Defense of Muhammad Ali," Amsterdam News, June 3, 1967.
"Money for All Seasons," Amsterdam News, July 15, 1967.
"The Cost of the Riots," Amsterdam News, August 12, 1967.
"A Way Out of the Exploding Ghetto," New York Times Magazine, August 13, 1967.
"The Lessons of the Long, Hot Summer," Commentary, October 1967.
"Minorities: The War amidst Poverty," Amsterdam News, December 30, 1967.
"Memo on the Spring Protest in Washington, D.C." in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [paper prepared for Martin Luther King Jr., January 1, 1968].
"The Mind of the Black Militant," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [speech, July 10, 1967].
"Integration within Decentralization," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [speech, April 6, 1968].
"Reflections on the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.," AFL-CIO American Federationist, May 1968.
"The Anatomy of Frustration," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [speech, May 6, 1968].
"Soul Searching vs. Social Change," Amsterdam News, May 18, 1968.
"Now Kennedy: The Bill Mounts Higher," Amsterdam News, June 15, 1968.
"The Choice Is Clear," Amsterdam News, September 21, 1968.
"Negroes and the 1968 Elections," in Down the Line: The Collected Writings of Bayard Rustin (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1971) [December 1968 working paper, A. Philip Randolph Institute].
"Separate Is Not Equal," Amsterdam News, February 13, 1969.
"How Black Americans See Black Africans—And Vice Versa," War/Peace Report, March 1969.
"What About Black Capitalism?" Amsterdam News, March 8, 1969.
"The Total Vision of A. Philip Randolph," New Leader, August 14, 1969.
"No More Guns," Amsterdam News, April 24, 1969.
"Fear, Demagogues, and Reaction," Amsterdam News, June 19, 1969.
"The Role of the Negro Middle Class," Crisis, June-July 1969.
"Nature, Nurture, or Nonsense?" Amsterdam News, October 9, 1969.
"An Exchange with Daniel Moynihan and Thomas A. Billings," New Leader, December 22, 1969.
"The Failure of Black Separatism," Harper's, January 1970.
"Benign Neglect: A Reply to Daniel Moynihan," Long Island Press, March 15, 1970.
"Violence and the Southern Strategy," Amsterdam News, April 23, 1970.
"Death in Black and White," Amsterdam News, May 21, 1970.
"A West Side Story," Amsterdam News, July 2, 1970.
"The Story of a Black Youth," Amsterdam News, July 30, 1970.
"Feminism and Equality," Amsterdam News, August 27, 1970.
"A Word to Black Students," Dissent, November-December 1970.
"The Blacks and the Unions," Harper's, May 1971.
"Bradley's Win Reflects Improved Racial Atmosphere," Afro-American (Baltimore), June 5-9, 1973.