The Year of Bargaining Dangerously

Andrew Salomon over at Back Stage has a new blog post commenting on the now resumed SAG-AMPTP negotiations. Andrew interviewed me at length prior to the blog post and I am quoted briefly therein.
As he indicates one of the unanswered questions is about paths not taken: if SAG had not made its quarrels with AFTRA – no matter how well justified – the centerpiece of its strategy could the “year of bargaining dangerously” have gone in a different direction?  Of course, the MF partisans will, correctly, point out that the votes are not all in as SAG is now at the table and may yet win important gains for the membership.

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