In a detailed letter, Albert Rothenberg responds to notes by Warren and discusses oppressor-oppressed relations in terms of anger, servility, sexuality, paternalism, and nonviolence. He questions RPW's reading of Bettleheim. He mentions plans to see Warren in January, 1965.
Fragment of a description of the accidental death of Rev. Bruce Klunder at a demonstration.
Describes the efforts of the mayor of Jackson, Miss., to create a specialized police force to respond to demonstrations.
Specifications for the printer on how to print the pages of Who Speaks
This is a draft typescript of the index with manuscript corrections and additions.
L. H. Pollak, a member of the Yale Law School faculty, suggests several interviewees for the book in a multi-page letter.
Advertisement for Who Speaks for the Negro. It includes comments from Maurice Dolbier, Charles Poore, Gilbert Highet, and C. Vann Woodward. A manuscript note indicates it appeared in the New York Times on June 18, 1965.
Sioux City Journal article announcing an award Warren won for Who Speaks