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THE NEW YORKER
Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “Houseparty,” The New Yorker,
February 11, 1939, p. 29

Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “Come To The Fair,”The New Yorker,
September 16, 1939, p. 69

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “Action in Georgia,” The New Yorker,
July 5, 1941, p. 34

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Fifth Jump,” The New Yorker,
October 25, 1941, p. 46

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “Inhale! Outhale!,” The New Yorker,
June 20, 1942, p. 38

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “A Night in the Gaurdhouse,” The New Yorker,
July 18, 1942, p. 34

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Taking of Ficarra,” The New Yorker,
October 2, 1943, p. 46

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “Busy Morning,” The New Yorker,
October 16, 1943, p. 30

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “In Search for a Battle,” The New Yorker,
September 23, 1944, p. 28

Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “Goodbye Italy, Hello Bronx,” The New Yorker,
December 2, 1944, p. 28

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Long March–I,” The New Yorker,
April 14, 1945, p. 28

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Long March–II,” The New Yorker,
April 21, 1945, p. 58

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Long March–III,” The New Yorker,
April 28, 1945, p. 50

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “Out,” The New Yorker,
September 1, 1945, p. 38

Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “Fred’s Wife,” The New Yorker,
November 3, 1945, p. 80

Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “A Gathering Of Friends,” The New Yorker,
October 5, 1946, p. 29

Walter Bernstein, That Was the War, “On the Air in Bethem,” The New Yorker,
December 21, 1946, p. 31

Walter Bernstein, Fiction, “War And the Lady Correspondent,” The New Yorker,
February 15, 1947, p. 54

Walter Bernstein, Our Footloose Correspondents, “A Trip by Thumb.,” The New Yorker,
October 2, 1948, p. 68

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “Mingle!,” The New Yorker,
June 24, 1950, p. 60

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “”Hit Him On the Horn, Georgie!“,,” The New Yorker,
September 16, 1950, p. 70

Walter Bernstein, A Reporter at Large, “The Cherubs are Rumbling,” The New Yorker,
September 21, 1957, p. 129

ESQUIRE
Walter Bernstein, “Marilyn Monroe’s Last Picture Show,” Esquire, July, 1973

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
Walter Bernstein, “Ted Atkinson: Wife’s View of a Long Shot,”Sports Illustrated, June 13, 1955

COLLIERS
Walter Bernstein, “Fighting Words,” Colliers, Feb. 17, 1951

ARGOSY
William Summers as told to Walter Bernstein, “Nobody Loves the Ump,” Argosy, June 1951

THE NEW YORK TIMES
Walter Bernstein, “A Novelist’s Search for Truth in the Malaise of the Thirties,” The New York Times Book Review,  October 28, 1945, Page BR2

Walter Bernstein, “Go West, Young Man,” The New York Times Book Review, March 12, 2000

LOS ANGELES TIMES
Walter Bernstein, “Hollywood’s Hidden History,” Los Angeles Times Book Review, May 31, 1998; 5;

Walter Bernstein, “Ringside Seat,” Los Angeles Times Book Review, Sep 10, 2000; 1;

Walter Bernstein, “Marvel on the Mound,” Los Angeles Times; Sep 15, 2002; R.3;

Walter Bernstein, “How Will Iraqis Greet Their ‘Liberators’?,” Los Angeles Times Commentary, Jan 23, 2003; B.17;

Walter Bernstein, “Hardball in Brooklyn,”Los Angeles Times Book Review, Mar 2, 2003; R.4

Walter Bernstein, “Between ‘Us’ and ‘Them,’ Suspicion Poisons the Air,” Los Angeles Times Commentary, Sep 9, 2004; B.11;

Walter Bernstein, “The pleasure is all ours,” Los Angeles Times Book Review, Nov 14, 2004; R.5;

Walter Bernstein, “He put the ‘sweet’ in the sweet science,” Los Angeles Times Book Review, Mar 27, 2005; R.3;

Walter Bernstein, “Writers Guild Members Aren’t on the Same Page; Money issues come between the East Coast branch and its Western brethren,” Los Angeles Times Commentary, Mar 28, 2005; B.9;