Philanthropy and the Civil Rights Movement. New York: Center for the Study of Philanthropy Working Paper, CUNY Graduate Center, 1988.

“Twenty Years After the Kerner Report,” Boston Globe, 18 December 1988, pp. B17-18. (Fred Harris & Roger Wilkins, eds., Quiet Riots: Race and Poverty in the United States).

“John F. Kennedy and the Mythology of Camelot,” Washington Post Book World, 20 November 1988, pp. 1, 10. (Innumerable Kennedy books).

“FBI Political Harassment and FBI Historiography: Analyzing Informants and Measuring The Effects,” The Public Historian 10(Fall 1988): 5-18.

Bart Landry, The New Black Middle Class, in The Annals 498 (July 1988): 156.

“’I March Because I Must’–King vs. Daley in Chicago,” Chicago History 17 (Spring-Summer 1988): 24-45. (Adapted from Bearing the Cross).

“Tom Hayden, Born-Again Middle American,” Washington Post Book World, 22 May 1988, p. 4. (Tom Hayden, Reunion: A Memoir).

“American Authors in the FBI’s Library,” Boston Globe, 3 April 1988, pp. A16-18. (Herbert Mitgang, Dangerous Dossiers).

“The Federal Courts and School Desegregation in the 1970s,” Law and Society Review 21 (March 1988): 879-884. (Paul Dimond, Beyond Busing, & Bernard Schwartz, Swann’s Way).

“King Wouldn’t Have Approved,” Newsday, 18 January 1988, pp. 44, 46.

“King’s Economic Justice Goals Remain Unfulfilled,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 17 January 1988, pp. C1, C8; The Oregonian, 17 January 1998, pp. B1, B7.