MOTORS: Thought-Starter

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Henry Woodfin Grady, eloquent editor of the Atlanta Constitution in the 1880s, was the first great promoter of an "industrial South." Day after death cut short his campaign at 39—December 23, 1889—a boy was born to the poor but genteel Weaver family in Eatonton, Ga. Like many another Southern family, they named their child Henry Grady. Today Promoter Henry Woodfin Grady's vision of an industrial South is finally approaching reality and Henry Grady Weaver is chief promoter of a new industrial concept. He is head of the Customer Research Staff of...

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