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The Press: One Down, One to Go

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Detroit’s seventh newspaper strike in as many years ended last week, after 28 newspaperless days. As usual, everybody was a loser: the settlement represented a compromise that made neither side very happy, and the city’s readers were faced with the unpleasant chore of catching up on events that had slipped past them during the last month. Meantime, in Minneapolis, the strike against the Star and Tribune [TIME, May 11] entered its fifth week, with the end not yet in sight.

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