The Press: Payoffs' Price

In its two years of investigating labor rackets, the U.S. Senate committee headed by Arkansas Democrat John McClellan has found corruption under rock after rock—and on more than one occasion the enterprising U.S. press has helped the committee turn over the rocks. But last week the McClellan committee took a look at some of the press's own labor relations and found corruption, if not under a rock, at least on the New York loading docks. In three days of testimony it became all too clear that over a period of many years New York...

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