Management diminishes writer's strike impact
No, you can't make it up. Variety gives the full force of its trade voice today to a...school of...management...prof...who (worthlessly) guesses that the economic impact of the strike is likely to be a mere third of current estimates.
Any union voices in that article? Any purpose whatsoever to comparing the length of the strike in 1988 to the (unknown) length of the strike 2007, other than to shortchange the striker's side?
I sure hope those striking writers let Variety know how they feel about such fair and balanced articles.