Newspapers: New Daily for New York

Editor Frank Conniff propped his feet on his desk and took command of a city room that had been painfully silent for months. Word was out that the New York newspaper strike was over at last. The pressmen, last of the squabbling unions to make peace, had finally settled; the stereotypers were scheduled to vote approval of their contract at week's end. The long-deferred New York World Journal Tribune was actually getting ready to put out a newspaper, and Conniff's phone rang constantly. Columnist after columnist wanted to ask his new boss...

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