Co-author, Voices of Freedom: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement from the 1950s through the 1980s
(Bantam, 1990), with Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer, a companion volume to the 14-part Emmy-winning documentary series Eyes on the Prize
Sample of books edited:
Brian VanDeMark, Road to Disaster: A New History of America’s Descent into Vietnam (HarperCollins, 2018). See the author's website at brianvandemark.net.
R. Marie Griffith, Moral Combat: How Sex Divided American Christians and Fractured American Politics (Basic Books, 2017). See the author's website at religionandpolitics.org.
Neil M. Maher, Apollo in the Age of Aquarius (Harvard University Press, 2017). See the author's website at neilmaher.com.
Janine Wedel, Unaccountable: How Elite Power Brokers Corrupt Our Finances, Freedom, and Security (Pegasus: hardcover October 2014 and paperback and ebook October 2016) and Shadow Elite: How the World’s New Power Brokers Undermine Democracy, Government, and the Free Market (Basic Books, December 2009). Shadow Elite, which received a starred review from Publishers Weekly, was the January 2010 Book of the Month on the Huffington Post. See the author's website at janinewedel.info/.
Peter Lovenheim, In the Neighborhood: The Search for Community on an American Street, One Sleepover at a Time (Penguin/Perigee), published in April 2010. See the author's website at peterlovenheim.com.
Art and Allison Daily, Out of the Canyon: A True Story of Loss and Love. (Harmony/Random House, 2009). See the authors' website, www.outofthecanyon.com.
Thomas Sugrue, Sweet Land of Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the North. (Random House)
Gregg Mitman, Breathing Space: How Allergies Shape Our Lives and Landscapes. (Yale University Press)
Leon Dash, Rosa Lee: A Mother and Her Family in Urban America (Basic). "Rosa Lee's Story,” the 1994 Washington Post series on which the book is based, won the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism and in 1999 was voted one of the top 100 works of journalism in the 20th century by 36 judges under the aegis of the New York University Department of Journalism.
Betty Boyd Caroli, The Roosevelt Women (Basic)
William Echikson, Noble Rot: A Bordeaux Wine Revolution (W.W. Norton)
Padraig O'Malley, Biting at the Grave: The Irish Hunger Strikes and the Politics of Despair (Beacon)
Orlando Patterson, The Ordeal of Integration: Progress and Resentment in America's "Racial" Crisis and Rituals of Blood: Consequences of Slavery in Two American Centuries (Civitas/Counterpoint)
Katherine Skiba, Sister in the Band of Brothers: Embedded with the 101st Airborne in Iraq (University Press of Kansas; see www.katherinemskiba.com)
Peter Winn, Americas: The Changing Face of Latin America and the Caribbean (Pantheon)
Nicholas Clifford, House of Memory (Ballantine)
Iris Rainer Dart, Show Business Kills (Little, Brown)
Baine Kerr, Harmful Intent and Wrongful Death (Scribner)
David Lummis, The Coffee Shop Chronicles of New Orleans, Part 2: The Last Beaucoeur (River House Publishing)
Doug Marlette, The Bridge (HarperCollins)
Jean Davies Okimoto The Love Ceiling (Endicott & Hugh)
Many others listed on resume, which includes more comments from authors.