THE SOUTH: Without Interference

If only they are left alone, Southerners like to say, they can take care of their own racial problems. Last week, in two isolated instances, the South was trying to make good the claim: ¶ Georgia's Department of Corrections, helped by the FBI, started new investi' gations into the killing last July 11 of eight Negro convicts at the Glynn County highway camp (TIME, July 28). A special grand jury had previously exonerated Warden H. G. Worth and the four guards who shot them. Meanwhile, the state acted to prevent a similar...

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