SAG’s Delay Shows Weak Strike Campaign

Dec 24, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The Screen Actors Guild’s recent decision to delay its strike authorization vote may signal the end of the bitter battle between the union and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, as SAG finds many of its high-profile members opposed to a strike, Daily Variety opines. The paper’s Cynthia Littleton says, “Guild members can be forgiven for not wanting to hand a loaded gun to the leaders who have waged such a quixotic contract negotiation campaign for nearly a year.”
—Sergio Ibarra

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