The Press: Newspapermen's Fight

Many U.S. newspapermen, plain citizens without Communist leanings, have long believed that their union was run by a Red clique, and last week a big enough group got together to make that clique fight for its political life. At the eighth annual convention of the American News paper Guild in Detroit's Book-Cadillac Hotel, the Milton Kaufman-Nat Einhorn-Victor Pasche group, baited as Reds, saved its neck by a few votes, but got only a reprieve till Nov. 1.

That meeting was the cold-soberest convention the Guild had ever held. Through five sweltering, grueling days, from...

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