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"He's Doing Something about the Race Problem," Saturday Evening Post, February 23, 1946.
"He Is My Friend," Saturday Evening Post, November 27, 1948.
"New Rebel Yell in Dixie," Collier's, July 9, 1949.
"The South's Finest Negro School," Ebony, December 1949.
"Just Leave Us Alone," Saturday Evening Post, January 14, 1950.
"Mrs. Means Married Woman," from Where Main Street Meets the River (New York: Rinehart & Co., 1953) (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963).
"Segregation's Way in One Southern Town," New York Times Magazine, April 5, 1953.
"A Wave of Terror Threatens the South," Look, March 22, 1955.
"The South and I," Look, June 28, 1955.
"Racial Crisis in the Deep South," Saturday Evening Post, December 17, 1955.
"The Long Journey Home of Matthew Page," Saturday Evening Post, December 17, 1960.
"If All the Negroes Quit the South—" New York Times Magazine, May 27, 1962.
"Liar by Legislation," Look, June 1965.
"The Old South Had Something Worth Saving," New York Times Magazine, December 4, 1966.