The New York Times if you're without it, you're not with it.
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Last week some 730,000 regular Times readers were not with it. But not by choice. For the first time in its 32-year history the New York Newspaper Guild had struck the Times, and the paper was not publishing.
Neither was most of the competition. When the nine other newspaper unions refused to cross the Guild picket line, the papers belonging to the New York Publishers Associationthe Her-a'd Tribune, Daily News, Journal-American, World-Telegram, Long Island Daily Press and Star-Journalshut down too. Of the city's...