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"The Waller Case," New Republic, July 13, 1942.
"A Southern View of the Race Question," Negro Quarterly, Fall 1942.
"Trouble in Dixie. I: The Returning Tragic Era," New Republic, January 4, 1943.
"Trouble in Dixie. II: The Bloody Shirt Once More," New Republic, January 11, 1943.
"Race Fear Sweeps the South," New Republic, January 18, 1943.
"Something's Happened to the Negro," New Republic, February 8, 1943.
"The Negro Press," New Republic, April 26, 1943.
"The Race Riots," New Republic, July 5, 1943 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963).
"The Southern American Way," New Republic, December 20, 1943.
"Race Clash," Harper's, January 1944.
"The Greenville Acquittals," Survey Graphic, June 1947.
"Big Brass and Jim Crow," Nation, October 2, 1948.