nytimes.com – Continue reading the main story Share This Page Share Tweet Email Save more Continue reading the main story Carl E. Sanders, who as a young Democratic governor of Georgia in the mid-1960s helped spur Atlanta’s growth while taking what for a white politician in the South were progressive stances on race and segregation, earning him a reputation as an early leader of the “New South,” died on Sunday in Atlanta.

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