The Press: Seattle Strike (Cont'd)

Striking for recognition of the American Newspaper Guild and better working conditions, 29 editorial workers walked out of the newsrooms of William Randolph Hearst's Milwaukee Wisconsin News last February. The management slipped enough writers through the picket lines to fill the News's columns. The mechanical staff stuck by its contracts and jobs. Guildmen circularized and picketed News advertisers & subscribers. Now, after six months, they claim that they have managed to reduce News circulation some 50%, appreciably curtail advertising lineage. Nevertheless, the Milwaukee Wisconsin News continues to appear on the...

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