Press: Guild

Before the American Newspaper Guild came into being, reporters and editors took what pay they could get and envied the higher wages of printers and pressmen. Most of them still do, but in the past four years 107 daily newspapers have been forced to sign Guild contracts or to post pledges of minimum wages & hours. To make these gains, the Guild has had to organize 15,000 editorial and business office workers, finance 17 strikes. Present effort of the C. I. O. Guild is twofold: 1) unionization of all except A. F. of L....

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