Press: Substantial Victory

After the choleric publisher of the Newark (N. J.) Ledger fired eight members of the Newark Newspaper Guild four months ago, 35 other Guild members walked out on strike (TIME, Nov. 26, Dec. 3). Last week the eight were still out of jobs but the 35 were back at work, their strike won.

The strike, first such action by the Guild against a newspaper in a large city, was noisy and bad-tempered on both sides. Hot-headed Publisher Lucius T. Russell was loud in his derision of "Heywood Broun's children of the Guild." The...

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