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Fiasco S3E6: “Old Glory” Bibliography


Lukas, J. Anthony. Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families. Alfred A. Knopf, 1985. 

Masur, Louis P. The Soiling of Old Glory: The Story of a Photograph that Shocked America. Bloomsbury Press, 2009. 

Vrabel, Jim. A People’s History of the New Boston. University of Massachusetts Press, 2014.


“Loan Fund for Minority Contractors,” Boston Globe, Feb. 23, 1971.

“Boston Preps for Party on its 200th Birthday,” Boston Globe, May 17, 1972.  

“Busing Protest Recreates Tea Party,” North Adams Transcript, Jul. 14, 1975. 

“1800 Attend No-Exclusion Patriots Ball,” Boston Globe, Apr. 19, 1975. 

“Plate Holds Military Memories,” Tampa Times, Mar. 5, 1976. 

“Black Man Beaten by Young Busing Protesters,” Boston Globe, Apr. 6, 1976. 

“FBI Enters Probe into Beating of Black,” Boston Globe, Apr. 7, 1976. 

“White Boston Man Beaten by Blacks; Police Arrest Two,” Boston Globe, Apr. 20, 1976. 

“Mayor to Lead Anti-Violence March,” Boston Globe, Apr. 22, 1976. 

“Terrific Blast … Crying, Confusion, Debris … Blood,” Boston Globe, Apr. 23, 1976. 

“Thousands in March for Peace,” Boston Globe, Apr. 24, 1976. 

“Indictments Charge Two in Attacks on Landsmark,” Boston Globe, Apr. 29, 1976. 

“Boston’s Dazzling Bicentennial 4th,” Boston Globe, Jul. 5, 1976. 

“Boston’s Largest Crowd Ever,” Boston Globe, Jul. 5, 1976. 

“Grand and Glorious Finale Draws 400,000,” Boston Globe, Jul. 5, 1976. 


“Rose Garden” by Lynn Anderson

By arrangement of The Orchard


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