The Press: Fallout from a Strike

The effects of New York's 114-day newspaper strike, longest in the city's history, linger on. Last week: — The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the right of the Publishers Association of New York to shut down all papers if any one is struck. The publishers' move had been challenged by Local No. 6 of the New York Mailers Union, on the grounds that its members were not a party to the strike and that they had been locked out of their jobs. But the Appeals court, affirming an earlier National Labor Relations Board ruling, found such defensive lockouts perfectly legal.

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