The Press: Golden Rule

While Southerners in recent years have become increasingly impatient of Northern reporters who write stories criticizing segregation in Dixie, one of North Carolina's most influential citizens is a sharp-tongued Yankee newspaperman who unabashedly derides discrimination in any form. His name is Harry Golden. A one-time promotion man for New York's Daily Mirror and evening Post, rumpled, roly-poly Golden, 54, has published the bimonthly Carolina Israelite (circ. 11,500) since he settled in Charlotte, N.C. 15 years ago.

Golden is consulted constantly by Southern officials concerned with racial issues, many of whom have even learned...

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