|Letter from Alan Paton to Muriel Horrell|
|The Long View: Nationalism and the Theatre, Contact vol 8, no. 3|
|Letter from Alan Paton to Ian E Bernhardt|
|Speech by Alan Paton|
|Letter from J. Sandys Smith to Paton|
|Trade and sympathy||
The Canadians against apartheid.
|Cultural loneliness or fulfillment in non-racial Kenya||
Every community that is shut out of the life of another and segregated develops in time a cultural self reliance.
|Three views of South Africa's Pinko question||
Looking at the Black-White relationship in South Africa.
|Harlem and the village||
The author looks at New York.
|Nyanga - A Personal Perspective From June, 1982|
|Race and Ethnicity - South African and International Perspectives|
|An Enduring Scandal|
|The Crisis in the Institute of Race Relations|
|"A Tragic Misunderstanding"|
|The new South African identity crisis|
|The Congress tradition: Equal but separate|
|Reflections on the political situation in South Africa||
Opening address by the Chairperson of the Natal Indian Congress at the 57th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, Durban, November 1979.
|Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference||
Presidential address presented at the Black Sash National Conference on 31 October 1960, discussing: Pass Laws, wages, state of emergency, Apartheid, human rights, unjust laws, race relations.
|Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town||
Twenty years of our lives: Opening Address presented at the Black Sash National Conference in Cape Town on 10 March 1975.