Press: Vindication

The whole membership of the American Newspaper Guild would not undo last week what its delegates had already done at the smoothly-steered June convention. In a referendum forced by the Columbus, Ohio unit which reconsidered every resolution passed at the convention, 5,083 of the Guild's paid up editorial members upheld affiliation with C. I. O. 3,392-to-1,691. Further, the membership endorsed (2,774-to-2,202) the resolution urging independent political action with other labor groups when this seems desirable, called (2,815-to-2,178) for increased WPA appropriations to keep needy newspapermen employed, supported (2,685-to-2,271) President Roosevelt's plan...

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