Wednesday was the deadline for employees of Philadelphia’s two major daily newspapers to decide whether to resign in exchange for a buyout payment.
“You don’t replace somebody like that, you don’t replace a legend,” Inquirer executive editor Stan Wischnowski says.
A review of his syndicated cartoons shows the paper killed two of Auth’s cartoons, last month– a shift from the usual latitude they have given him for the past 40 years.
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