Post workers protest contract proposal

Childs, Kelvin
November 1998
Editor & Publisher;11/28/98, Vol. 131 Issue 48, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that employees of `The Washington Post' newspaper are protesting the proposals for a contract. Rally launched by the employees; Provisions of the contract.


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