Reporting Civil Rights : American Journalism 1963-1973 (Library of America) 〈2〉

Reporting Civil Rights : American Journalism 1963-1973 (Library of America) 〈2〉

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Table of Contents

    The View from the Front of the Bus
Marlene Nadle
The March on Washington: August 1963 1 (6)
Capital Is Occupied by a Gentle Army
Russell Baker
``Pleased with what they had done'': 7 (5)
August 1963
200,000 March for Civil Rights in Orderly
Washington Rally; President Sees Gain for
Negro
E. W. Kenworthy
``With the spirit of love'': August 1963 12 (7)
Birmingham Bomb Kills 4 Negro Girls in
Church; Riots Flare; 2 Boys Slain
Claude Sitton
The Birmingham Church Bombing: September 19 (4)
1963
First of 4 Birmingham Bomb Victims Is Buried
James D. Williams
At Carole Robertson's Funeral: September 23 (3)
1963
Birmingham: ``My God, You're Not Even Safe
in Church''
Karl Fleming
``Who can remain silent?'': September 1963 26 (8)
The Military's Limited War Against
Segregation
Ruth
Edward Brecher
``A leadership role'': September 1963 34 (14)
The Battle-Scarred Youngsters
Howard Zinn
``On the front lines'': August 48 (12)
1962--October 1963
Gloria, Gloria
Murray Kempton
Gloria Richardson: November 1963 60 (7)
The August 28th March on Washington
Michael Thelwell
``On the tortuous road'': May--November 67 (19)
1963
A Southern City with Northern Problems
Hunter S. Thompson
Louisville: December 1963 86 (10)
The Ominous Malcolm X Exits from the Muslims
Marc Crawford
``Not without a fight'': March 1964 96 (3)
Tired of Being Sick and Tired
Jerry DeMuth
Fannie Lou Hamer: May 1964 99 (8)
Martin Luther King and 17 Others Jailed
Trying To Integrate St. Augustine Restaurant
John Herbers
St. Augustine: May 1964 107(3)
Gambler's Choice in Georgia
Peter de Lissovoy
C. B. King for Congress: June 1964 110(10)
3 in Rights Drive Reported Missing
Claude Sitton
Cheney, Goodman, Schwerner: June 1964 120(3)
``Seeing St. Aug.'' Proves Exciting
Snow James
``Strange sights and sounds'': June 1964 123(5)
The Lone Wolf of Civil Rights
Martin Mayer
Bayard Rustin: July 1964 128(10)
Harlem Diary
Lez Edmond
``The long, hot summer'': July 1964 138(19)
from Three Lives for Mississippi
William Bradford Huie
The Search for the Missing: June--August 157(19)
1964
Mississippian Relates Struggle of Negro in
Voter Registration
Nan Robertson
``Got to be a change'': August 1964 176(3)
Mississippi at Atlantic City
Charles M. Sherrod
The Democratic National Convention: 179(8)
August 1964
Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
Jeremiah S. Gutman
``Mississippi justice'': August 1965 187(7)
Personal Terror in Mississippi
Christopher S. Wren
``Afraid of getting shot?'': September 194(3)
1964
A Life for a Vote
John Hersey
``The Negroes intend to register'': April 197(33)
1963-September 1964
Last Summer in Mississippi
Alice Lake
Mississippi Summer Project: June--October 230(21)
1964
Ollie McClung's Big Decision
Michael Durham
``The right to refuse service'': October 251(4)
1964
Georgia Boy Goes Home
Louis E. Lomax
A Native Son Returns to Valdosta: 255(15)
November 1964
``This Little Light . . .''
Peter de Lissovoy
``Mixin' in South Georgia'': 270(10)
July--November 1964
A Strange, Tight Little Town, Loath to
Admit Complicity
David Nevin
Philadelphia, Mississippi: December 1964 280(5)
from A Southern Tale
James Farmer
Plaquemine, Louisiana: 1963--1965 285(14)
Malcolm X: The Complexity of a Man in the
Jungle
Marlene Nadle
``Willing to go all the way'': February 299(10)
1965
Malcolm X Shot to Death at Rally Here
Peter Kihss
At the Audubon Ballroom: February 1965 309(7)
``I Was a Zombie Then---Like All Muslims, I
Was Hypnotized''
Gordon Parks
``A time for martyrs'': February 1965 316(6)
Alabama Police Use Gas and Clubs To Rout
Negroes
Roy Reed
Across Pettus Bridge: March 1965 322(6)
Midnight Plane to Alabama
George B. Leonard
Pilgrimage to Selma: March 1965 328(11)
Selma: ``Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me
`Round''
Andrew Kopkind
``The decision to march'': March 1965 339(6)
Johnson Urges Congress at Joint Session To
Pass Law Insuring Negro Vote
Tom Wicker
The President Addresses the Nation: March 345(8)
1965
``. . . It Was Worth the Boy's Dying''
Paul Good
Jimmie Lee Jackson: March 1965 353(3)
Selma, Alabama: The Charms of Goodness
Elizabeth Hardwick
``A hole so deep'': March 1965 356(5)
Changing the South
Jimmy Breslin
``This here thing is a revolution'': 361(6)
March 1965
Letter from Selma
Renata Adler
On the Road: March 1965 367(28)
McComb, Mississippi
John Beecher
``If you are a Negro'': May 1965 395(11)
Selma Revisited: 4 Months After Their
``Finest Hour'' Rights Forces Are in
Disarray
Haynes Johnson
``Bewildered and disillusioned'': July 406(8)
1965
Eight Men Slain; Guard Moves In
Art Berman
``A city on fire'': Los Angeles, August 414(7)
1965
``Burn, Baby, Burn!''
Robert Richardson
Eyewitness in Watts: August 1965 421(7)
August, 1965
Jerry Farber
``A lot of people were smiling'': August 428(11)
1965
Deacons for Defense
Hamilton Bims
``Leave the protecting to us'': September 439(6)
1965
Bussing in Boston
Robert Coles
``Out of the ghetto'': 1964--1965 445(8)
On the Role of Martin Luther King
August Meier
The ``Conservative Militant'': 1965 453(12)
And You, Too, Sidney Poitier!
Calvin C. Hernton
Sex and Racism in Films: 1966 465(11)
Fish Are Jumping an' the Cotton Is High:
Notes from the Mississippi Delta
Mike Thelwell
``The Heart of Dixie'': 1965--1966 476(15)
2 Veteran Rights Leaders Ousted by SNCC
Jack Nelson
``Further adrift from the mainstream'': 491(4)
May 1966
The Meredith March
Paul Good
``One year deeper into frustration'': 495(21)
June--July 1966
Which Way in Grenada?
Robert Analavage
``When the marchers departed'': August 516(4)
1966
Big Changes Are Coming
James H. Meredith
``Mississippi is everywhere'': 520(13)
June--August 1966
Welfare in Mississippi: ``Tradition'' vs.
Title VI
Robert E. Anderson Jr.
``Drive them out of the state'': February 533(12)
1967
We're Gonna Rule
Bob Fletcher
Sunflower County, Mississippi: May 1967 545(7)
Whip of Black Power
Gordon Parks
Stokely Carmichael: May 1967 552(11)
The Second Coming of Martin Luther King
David Halberstam
``New Radicalism'': April--May 1967 563(26)
``We Ain't Taking No More''
George Barner
Newark Riots: July 1967 589(4)
The Killing of Billy Furr, Caught in the
Act of Looting Beer
Dale Wittner
``When the police treat us like people'': 593(3)
Newark, July 1967
Riot!---A Negro Resident's Story
Sandra A. West
``Sights I never dreamed possible'': 596(2)
Detroit, July 1967
The White Community Asks Repeatedly,
``Why?''
Carol Schmidt
``How can we explain?'': July 1967 598(4)
Breslin on Riot: Death, Laughter, but No
Sanity
Jimmy Breslin
Detroit: July 1967 602(5)
Guerilla War Rips 12th
Jon Lowell
``Riot-blackened streets'': July 1967 607(4)
Nightmare Journey
Bob Clark
A photo-journalist in Detroit: July 1967 611(13)
The Call of the Black Panthers
Sol Stern
``Revolutionary fervor'': August 1967 624(13)
U.S. Letter: Cleveland
Calvin Trillin
The Carl Stokes Campaign: October 1967 637(8)
Martin Luther King Is Slain in Memphis
Earl Caldwell
At the Lorraine Motel: April 1968 645(6)
Martin Luther King Is Still on the Case!
Garry Wills
``A calm new face of power'': April 1968 651(25)
Black Panther
Joan Didion
Huey Newton: May 1968 676(5)
``No Man Can Fill Dr. King's Shoes''---But
Abernathy Tries
Paul Good
Ralph Abernathy: May 1968 681(18)
from A Special Rage
Gilbert Moore
The Black Panther Party: June 1968 699(7)
``Keep on A-walking, Children''
Pat Watters
The Poor People's Campaign: April--June 706(50)
1968
Marks After the Campaign
Steve Van Evera
After the demonstration: August 1968 756(3)
Fairfield Never Had a Negro
Official---Until Last Month, When It
Elected Six
Bob Labaree
``People to the polls'': September 1968 759(5)
S.N.C.C. in Decline After 8 Years in Lead
C. Gerald Fraser
``So many factions'': October 1968 764(6)
Jesse Jackson: Heir to Dr. King?
Richard Levine
Operation Breadbasket: December 1968 770(22)
from Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers
Tom Wolfe
San Francisco: 1968--1969 792(17)
from Yazoo: Integration in a Deep-Southern
Town
Willie Morris
``Holding our breath'': October 809(10)
1969--January 1970
The Two Nations at Wesleyan University
Richard J. Margolis
At the Malcolm X House: January 1970 819(19)
The South Revisited After a Momentous Decade
Karl Fleming
A Reporter Looks Back: August 1970 838(9)
The Revolutionary People's Constitutional
Convention
Nora Sayre
Black Panthers and White Radicals: 847(10)
September--November 1970
Discovering One Another in a Georgia Town
Marshall Frady
Americus, Georgia: November 857(14)
1970--February 1971
Staying Home in Mississippi
Alice Walker
``It will be My Choice'': August 1973 871(14)
Chronology 1941--1973 885(23)
Biographical Notes 908(27)
Note on the Texts 935(7)
Notes 942(23)
Index 965