The Press: New York: Break in the Ranks

"I think this strike has gone on long enough," said New York Post Publisher Dorothy ("Dolly") Schiff in what was surely the understatement of the week. "The city should have at least one newspaper." With that, Dolly Schiff broke the united front of New York publishers against Bert Powers' local of the International Typographical Union. She resigned from the New York Publishers Association and announced that the Post would reappear on the newsstands this week.

One & All. Dolly's defection, said New York Times Vice President Amory H. Bradford, chief negotiator for the publishers, was "a great mistake." The publishers, like the...

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