The Press: Newspaper Strike

When a Teamsters' strike shut off circulation of the Philadelphia Bulletin and Inquirer and the nearby Camden Courier-Post, all three managements decided to get out their papers anyway, and hope the customers would come to them. Last week, as the strike entered its third week, the customers were still coming in droves. Long lines patiently queued up all day in the lobbies of the Philadelphia Bulletin and Inquirer in downtown Philadelphia. In Camden, just across the Delaware River, traffic jammed bumper to bumper around the Courier-Post's building to buy copies from vendors, who...

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