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Pat Watters • 24 Items / 4 Books, 20 Articles
Down to Now (1971)
Reflections on the Southern Civil Rights Movement
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Verse (3 Reviews)
    Down to Now, by Pat Watters
    1. Down to Now by Pat Watters
    2. The Quality of Hurt by Chester Himes
    3. Down the Line by Bayard Rustin
    Commonweal, December 1, 1972, p. 211
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    In Brief (7 Reviews)
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Major Novels, by Abraham Rothberg
    1. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Major Novels by Abraham Rothberg
    2. Craft and Vision by Andrew Lytle
    3. Guardians of Tradition by Ruth Miller Elson
    4. My Life by Oswald Mosley
    5. The New Soldier by David Thorne and George Butler
    6. The Room by Hubert Selby, Jr.
    7. Down to Now by Pat Watters
    The New Republic, February 19, 1972, pp. 29-30
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    Short Reviews: Books (13 Reviews)
    The Scorpion God, by William Golding
    1. The Scorpion God by William Golding
    2. Not from the Apes by Bjorn Kurten
    3. Blackwater River, Toa-Thal-Kas by William Hillen
    4. Nocturnal Vaudeville by Stephen Schneck
    5. Sean by Eileen O'Casey
    6. Down to Now by Pat Watters
    7. From the Roof of Africa by Clive W. Nicol
    8. American Indian Portraits by Charles R. Reynolds, Jr.
    9. The Arnheiter Affair by Neil Sheehan
    10. The Wonderful World of Women's Wear Daily by Katie Kelly
    11. The German Lesson by Siegfried Lenz
    12. Green Hell by Lucien Bodard
    13. Confessions of a Stockbroker by Brutus
    The Atlantic Monthly, February 1972, pp. 109-114
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    Book Marks (14 Reviews)
    America's Black Congressmen, by Maurine Christopher
    1. America's Black Congressmen by Maurine Christopher
    2. The Last Horizon by Raymond F. Dasmann
    3. CIA: Core of the Cancer by David W. Conde
    4. Poisoned Power by John W. Gofman and Arthur R. Tamplin
    5. Martin R. Delany: The Beginnings of Black Nationalism by Victor Ullman
    6. The Environment, the Establishment, and the Law by Harmon Henkin, Martin Merta, and James Staples
    7. The Sick Society by Michael Tanzer
    8. Womankind by Nancy Reeves
    9. Indian Man: A Life of Oliver La Farge by D'Arcy McNickle
    10. Down to Now by Pat Watters
    11. Conflict of Interest by Sanford Watzman
    12. Red Star Over Bethlehem by Ira A. Hirschmann
    13. The Tragedy of a Papal Decree by B.V. Subbiah
    14. Bread and Roses Too by Jack Newfield
    The Nation, October 11, 1971, p. 345