The LA Times Flirts with Unionization, Defying Its History


The successful formation of a union at the Los Angeles Times would have been largely unimaginable in the last century.

From 1960 to 1980, the Times was a totem of West Coast journalism that had been built up into a journalistic force by the aspirations of Otis Chandler, the golden boy heir to the one of the most powerful and most aggressively anti-union families in Southern California.

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