The Press: Seattle Strike (Cont'd)

With a minimum of physical disorder, the American Newspaper Guild strike, which has "indefinitely" suspended publication of William Randolph Hearst's Seattle Post-Intelligencer, continued last week. Skeleton picket lines, reduced at times to a single placard-carrier, were posted at the P.I. building. In thoroughly unionized Seattle, no union printer cared to enter even such a sparsely-picketed establishment. Seattle's stevedores quietly let 1,500 copies of the Hearstian San Francisco Examiner grow yellow on the docks. Attributing his difficulties to "Communists" and describing the Seattle situation as one of "open revolution," Mr. Hearst, vacationing...

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