Reporter: Ed Guthman, August 22, 1965
September 1, 2008 | 11:51 am
Also in The Times Opinion pages: Theodore White writes, "What the four-day festival of hate taught was that too much current American thinking on civil rights, as they apply to our great cities, is dogma--and dogma so far out of touch with reality as to touch on absurdity."
And Robert Richardson's first-person piece: "My legs are knocked out from under me, and my face is going straight to the pavement. I start to protest, but a knee goes into my back and my mouth opens in a cry of pain.
"Suddenly, my hands are behind my back -- handcuffed."