Business: Industry & Labor Make It Work

INTEGRATION IN THE SOUTH

IN the South's worried soul-searching over desegregation, Southern businessmen have found a new cause for alarm. They fear that the uproar may scare away their star boarder: new industry from the North. In the lead article of its April issue, the Southern Regional Council's New South cautions: "The bright future of the South in industry is being dimmed by racial tensions." pie D. Shelton, executive vice president of the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce, warned the Southern Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives: "Boycotts, economic reprisals, incidents of violence—these are new factors...

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