Newspapers: At Last

Stilled for 114 days, New York's presses were rolling again this week after the longest and costliest (see box) newspaper strike in the city's history. The striking photoengravers, last of the holdouts, met Sunday morning to reverse their earlier rejection of a new contract, and the eight blacked-out newspapers were on the streets by the very next day.

So often had New Yorkers been fooled by false armistices that they were unable to believe the strike had ended until the now-unfamiliar dailies were there on the newsstands. Only last week, everybody thought it was over, and the papers actually were...

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