Newspapers: Stride Toward Settlement

With the announcement that the New York Newspaper Guild and the Newspaper and Mail Deliverers' Union had reached agreement "in principle" with the publishers of the World Journal Tribune last week, New York's two-month-old newspaper strike seemed to have taken a long stride toward settlement. But there was many an acrimonious argument left to be resolved. And the Guild negotiators were obviously in no hurry to call a general meeting where Guildsmen would ratify the "package" that had been so laboriously worked out.

Nor were the publishers of the city's merged newspapers...

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