Today in Labor History
Today in labor history, July 13, 1995:  Newspaper workers employed by the Detroit News and Free Press, owned by media giants Gannett and Knight-Ridder, go on strike.  The strike lasted for 19 months and hundreds of workers were locked out for four years after the strike ended.  

Today in labor history, July 13, 1995:  Newspaper workers employed by the Detroit News and Free Press, owned by media giants Gannett and Knight-Ridder, go on strike.  The strike lasted for 19 months and hundreds of workers were locked out for four years after the strike ended.  

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