The Press: No. 2 for Carter

Editor Hodding Carter of the Greenville (Miss.) Delta Democrat-Times has helped make Greenville a notable example of tolerance in the race-and religion-conscious South. Although Negroes outnumber whites nearly two to one in the Greenville area, there is little friction between the two races. Carter, a determined but unfanatical liberal who believes the South can best solve its own problems, has not attacked segregation. He has concentrated on building up respect between races and between religions. At 44-year-old Editor Carter's urging, Greenville Protestants and Catholics helped build a new synagogue for the Jews. Then he started a campaign to have the Jews...

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