The Press: Stubbornness in Baltimore

Since April 20, when the Newspaper Guild struck the Baltimore Sun and other unions refused to cross the picket line, Baltimore has had no newspaper worthy of the name. The city's only other daily, Hearst's News-American, shut down in support of its competitor, and by last week a disheartened NLRB examiner saw no sign of an end to the strike. Management and the Guild, said he, "are at a total stalemate. If it isn't settled soon, I think it'll go on for a long time. At the bargaining sessions, they don't really discuss much. They just run messages back and forth...

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