IX. Non-Legal Periodical Articles

Allen, Oliver, Chief Counsel for Equality, Life, June 13, 1955, at 141.

Baer, Donald, Embracing a Great Man's Gift to America, U.S. News & World Report , July 8, 1991, at 4.

Bar Exam, Newsweek, Sept. 11, 1967, at 22.

‘The Best I Could with What I Had’. The Legacy of Thurgood Marshall, Ebony, Sept. 1991, at 109.

Carter, Stephen L., An Old Soldier of Liberalism Musters Out, Wall St. J., July 1, 1991 at _____.

Cohen, Richard, The Constitution Through Marshall's Eyes, Wash. Post, May 12, 1987, at A19.

Disqualified, Time, Apr. 5, 1968, at 81.

Ebony Interview with Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall..., Ebony, November 1990, at 216.

Etlin, Melissa, Thurgood Marshall: A Titan in Education Reform, NEA Today, Oct. 1991, at 6.

First Negro Justice, Time, Sept. 8, 1967, at 16.

From Robe to Swallowtail, Time, July 23, 1965, at 18.

Gibbs, Nancy, Filling a Legal Giant's Shoes, Time, July 8, 1991, at 22.

A Good Court Gets Better, Christian Century, June 28, 1967, at 827.

Goodman, Ernest E., Portrait of a Man of Law: Judge Thurgood Marshall, Negro Digest , May 1963, at 3.

Greenhouse, Linda, Marshall Says Court's Ruling Imperil Rights, N.Y. Times, Sept. 9, 1989, §1, at 6.

Hazelton, Paul, Choice and the School: Taking What Justice Marshall Called ‘A Giant Step Backward’, Commonwealth, Oct. 4, 1974, at 11.

Hentoff, Nat, Thurgood Marshall and the Chief, The Village Voice, Mar. 9, 1993, at 22.

The Image of Justice, Nat'l Rev., July 29, 1991, at 13.

Jones, Lisa C., ‘The Best I Could With What I Had’. The Legacy of Thurgood Marshall, 1908-1993, Ebony, March 1993, at 126.

Justice Marshall's Achievements, Wall St. J., June 28, 1991, at A12.

Kennedy, Randall, Fanfare for an Uncommon Man, Time, Feb. 8, 1993, at 32.

__________, Grand Marshall (editorial), Nation, Aug. 12, 1991, at 181.

__________, Thurgood's Legacy: Equal Justice For All, Emerge, Oct. 1991, at 32.

Kite Flying and Other Games, Time, July 28, 1967, at 16.

Layco, Richard, A Lawyer Who Changed America: As A Supreme Court Justice and a Civil Rights Advocate Who Battled Racism Daily, Thurgood Marshall Took the Law Personally, Time, July 8, 1992, at 24.

Lord, Lewis, A Farewell to “Mr. Civil Rights”, U.S. News & World Rep., Feb. 8, 1993, at 10.

Man in the Middle, Newsweek, Sept. 3, 1962, at 15.

Mann, Jim, Jurist Was On Front Lines In Anti-Segregation Fight, L.A. Times, June 28, 1991, at Al.

Marble, Manning, Thurgood Marshall: The Continuing Struggle for Equality, Black Collegian, Jan./Feb. 1990, at 72.

Marcus, Ruth, Plain-Spoken Marshall Spars with Reporters, Wash. Post, June 29, 1991, at Al.

Mathews, Tom, A Great Original's Lives at the Law: Thurgood Marshall Made As Much History in Front of the Supreme Court As He Did Serving on It, Newsweek, July 8, 1991, at 24.

May It Please the Court, Time, Dec. 21, 1953, at 19.

McBee, Susanna, Negro Lawyer Thurgood Marshall Becomes Advocate for U.S., Life, Nov. 12, 1965, at 57.

McCoy, Frank, Justice Thurgood Marshall Lays Down His Gavel, Black Enterprise , Sept. 1991, at 13.

Mr. Justice Marshall, Newsweek, June 26, 1967, at 34.

Motley, Constance Baker, Thurgood Marshall: A Personal Tribute, Ms. Magazine, Sept.-Oct., 1991, at 88.

Justice, Time, June 23, 1967, at 18.

Olivas, Michael A., Mr. Justice Marshall, Dissenting, Chron. Higher Educ., July 17, 1991, at B1.

Pierce, Ponchitta, The Solicitor General, Ebony, Nov. 1965, at 26.

Poling, James, Thurgood Marshall and the 14th Amendment, Colliers, Feb. 23, 1952, at 29.

Portrait of a Leader: Thurgood Marshall Biographical Sketch, Negro Hist. Bull. , Nov. 1955, at 26.

The Power of One; With the Law as His Weapon, Thurgood Marshall Was Determined to Change the World-And He Did, People, Feb. 8, 1993, at 40.

Reid, Herbert O., Sr., and Kenneth S. Tollett, Did No One Hear Thurgood Marshall?, Wash. Post, July 21, 1986, at A15.

Rogers, Warren, The Man in the Fish Fry Parlor, Look, Oct. 17, 1967, at 115.

Rowan, Carl, The Justice and the President, Wash. Post, Sept. 11, 1987, at A23.

__________, The Last Good Man: The Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Playboy, Feb. 1993, at 44.

Roy, Jessie H., Pinpoint Portrait of Attorney Thurgood Marshall, Negro Hist. Bull. , Oct. 1961, at 20.

__________, Thurgood Marshall: The Solicitor General of the United States, Negro Hist. Bull., Jan. 1966, at 85.

Schneider, Karen S., A Warrior Retires; The Son of a Black Steward in An All-White Club Rewrote the Rules About Race, People, July 15, 1991,-at 34.

Segregation at the Bar, Commonwealth, Dec. 25, 1953, at 296.

Sunstein, Cass R., Marshall's Vision-and End of Court-led Reform, Wash. Post, June 30, 1991, at C1.

Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Negro Hist. Bull., Oct. 1967, at 4.

Taylor, Stuart, Jr., Marshall Sounds Critical Note on Bicentennial, N.Y. Times, May 7, 1987, at 1.

The Tension of Change, Time, Sept. 19, 1955, at 23.

Thurgood Marshall, New Republic, June 24, 1967, at 9.

Thurgood Marshall: Mr. Justice, Crisis 563 (Dec. 1980).

Thurgood Marshall v. George Washington, Nat'l Rev., June 5, 1987, at 16.

Thurgood Marshall Uncle Sam's Lawyer, Crisis (Aug.-Sept. 1965).

Thurgood Marshall Honeymoon, Ebony, Apr. 1956, at 39.

Tushnet, Mark, Change and Continuity in the Concept of Civil Rights-Thurgood Marshall and Affirmative Action, 8 Soc. Phil. & Poly 150 (1991).

Watson, Denton L., Civil Rights Law: Concept to Reality, 86 Crisis 233 (1979).

Wilkins, Roger, Thurgood and Me, Mother Jones, Nov.-Dec. 1991, at 13.

Williams, Juan, The Many Masks of Thurgood Marshall, Wash. Post, Jan. 31, 1993, at C1.

__________, Marshall s Law, Wash. Post Mag., Jan. 7, 1990, at 29.

__________, Thurgood Marshall: A Lifelong Fighter for Civil Rights, L.A. Times, Jan. 4, 1990, at E1.

__________, The Thurgood Marshall Nobody Knows, Ebony, May 1990, at 68.

With Another ‘Liberal’ on High Court, U.S. News & World Report, Sept. 11, 1967, at 21.

With Mr. Marshall on the Supreme Court, U.S. News & World Report, June 26, 1967, at 12.

Zion, Sidney E., Thurgood Marshall Takes a New ‘Tush-Tush’ Job, N.Y. Times Mag. , Aug. 22, 1965, at 1l.