1989

“A Victory Half Won,” New York Times Book Review, 17 December 1989,p. 28. (Robert Weisbrot, Freedom Bound).

“Whitney Young and the Politics of Moderation,” Washington Post Book World, 17 December 1989, p. 5. (Nancy Weiss, Whitney M. Young, Jr.)

“The Misguided Sanitizing of King’s Image,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 22 October 1989, pp. H1-H2; The Oregonian, 22 October 1989, pp. K1, K7.

“Climbing to the Mountaintop With Martin Luther King,” Boston Globe,15 October 1989, pp. B93-95. (Ralph Abernathy, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down).

“The Outer Limits of American Politics,” Washington Post Book World, 30 July 1989, p. 7. (Dennis King, Lyndon LaRouche and the New American Fascism; Kevin Flynn & Gary Gerhart, The Silent Brotherhood).

“Racial Questions: Where Has All the Fury Gone?,” New York Times Book Review, 9 July 1989, pp. 3, 23. (Bob Blauner, Black Lives,White Lives).

“Civil Rights Potpourri,” Dissent 36 (Winter 1989): 124-125. (Taylor Branch, Parting the Waters).

David Bennett, The Party of Fear, Athan Theoharis & John Cox, The Boss, and other FBI books, in Constitutional Commentary 6 (Winter 1989): 115-122.

Neil McMillen, Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow, in Georgia Historical Quarterly 73 (Winter 1989): 874-76.

“Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Making of an Orator,” Washington Post Book World, 15 January 1989, pp. 1, 4.

“Federal Enforcement of Civil Rights,” in William Ferris & Charles R. Wilson, eds., Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989), pp. 1476-77.

“Martin Luther King, Jr.,” in William Ferris & Charles R. Wilson, eds., Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989), p. 216-17.

“The Selma March,” in William Ferris & Charles R. Wilson, eds., Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989), p. 223.

“Martin Luther King and the Fall of Birmingham,” in Paul D. Escott & David R. Goldfield, eds., Major Problems in the History of the American South, vol. 2 (Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath, 1989), pp. 566-590. (Adapted from Bearing the Cross).

“Preface” for Aimee I. Horton, The Highlander Folk School (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. ix-x. (Vol. 13 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for Emily Stoper, The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. ix-x. (Vol. 17 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for Ira G. Zepp, Jr., The Social Vision of Martin Luther King, Jr. (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. xi-xii. (Vol.18 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for Irwin Klibaner, Conscience of A Troubled South: The Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1946-1966 (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. xi-xii. (Vol. 14 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for James H. Laue, Direct Action and Desegregation (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. xiii-xiv. (Vol. 15 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for Joan T. Beifuss, At the River I Stand: Memphis, the 1968 Strike, and Martin Luther King (New York: Carlson Publishing,1989), pp. 5-6. (Vol. 12 of King and the Movement).

“Preface” for Martin Oppenheimer, The Sit-In Movement of 1960 (New York: Carlson Publishing, 1989), pp. xi-xii. (Vol. 16 of King and the Movement).