Magazines: Breaking Labor's Rules

Instead of an article lambasting management for its latest misdeeds, there was an article chiding labor for its lack of involvement in higher education. Instead of an editorial calling for the repeal of 14(b) and state right-to-work laws, there was a plea for less labor "ineptitude" in politics. Instead of photos of labor leaders shaking hands with one another in a ritual display of solidarity, there were some stunning color illustrations, ranging from still lifes to abstracts. From cover to cover, the first two issues of Lithopinion, the new quarterly magazine put out by Local One of the Amalgamated Lithographers...

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