National Affairs: Three-State Man

". . . Georgia is proud of Governor Osborn, not merely because he is a citizen but because he is such a loyal and devoted one. His description of a sunset in south Georgia is one of the most beautiful pieces of word-painting that ever flowed from the pen of any writer. His new book—the last of a long series of serious discussions —will find a hearty welcome in this state and throughout the south."

So rhapsodized the aged but active Atlanta Constitution last week, not in a book review but right spang on the editorial page. The "spot" news was that...

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