St. Louis' 21-day shutdown of three newspapers ended. The strike-born
Daily News, published in the last week of the strike by the unions,
with an all-star staff recruited from the struck dailies, promptly went
out of business. It had made $7,000 in five days' operations by a
method it hoped the bosses would never use. The method: no salaries,
just a dollar a day lunch money to everybody.
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