The New York World didn’t have much to say about the strike that crippled their circulation numbers until the end of July. Can you blame them? On August 3, the World published an article attempting to paint themselves in a better light than how they were portrayed by the competition.
July 30, 1899:
“Herald Employees Sued for $10,000”
August 1, 1899:
“Blackmailers Try to Profit by Strike”
August 3, 1899:
“Plain Statement of Facts for Public Consideration”