The Press: Peace

The pugnacious C. I. 0. American Newspaper Guild last week ended the longest strike in its history. Seven months ago the Scripps League Seattle Star hired A. F. of L. teamsters to supplant Guild office workers in its circulation department. That started the strike. After a four-day shutdown, the Star's, presses started up again, managed to get out a paper every day of the strike. Last week's armistice gave neither side the full fruits of victory. Reinstated were 45 editorial and advertising office Guildsmen. Nineteen circulation men, recently ordered reinstated by the National...

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