Press: Publishers Disagree

"Eternal vigilance is the price that open-shop employes and employers must pay for freedom of employer-employe relations in these days of government-pampered union promoters." So the Los Angeles Times framed its credo last year when Los Angeles faced a renewed union drive. Eternally vigilant has been the Times since Oct. 1, 1910 when union dynamiters wrecked its plant, injured scores, killed 20. One of the nation's greatest open-shop newspapers, the Times has helped Los Angeles hold out as an open-shop town. It prints daily a list of concerns where strikes are in...

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