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The author surveys interest arbitration in the newspaper publishing industry and maintains that a single principle has prevailed: that “Arbitrators will leave the parties where they found them unless the party which seeks a change . . . demonstrates that sufficient changes have occurred which warrant the alteration of the previous bargain.” Proof of such …

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The author maintains that appellate review of arbitration awards in the newspaper industry is too costly, time-wasting and unproductive.

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