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"First, Look to Your Own," New York Herald Tribune, March 15, 1965.
"March into History on U.S. Highway 80," New York Herald Tribune, March 21, 1965.
"4,000-Strong They Marched To Win Negro Voting Rights," New York Herald Tribune, March 22, 1965.
"A Purposeful Stride with U.S. Alongside," New York Herald Tribune, March 23, 1965.
"Changing the South," New York Herald Tribune, March 26, 1965 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"Alabama Is a Strange State of Mind," New York Herald Tribune, March 28, 1965.
"Bullets, Hate Punctuate a Fireman's Life," Detroit News, July 17, 1967.
"Civil Rights Movement Becomes a Rebellion," Detroit News, July 24, 1967.
"Breslin on Riot: Death, Laughter, But No Sanity," Detroit News, July 25, 1967 (reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973).
"The Marching Has Ended," Detroit News, July 28, 1967.