Covering Strikes

Saturday, May 19, 2001

When Hollywood actors and screenwriters threaten to strike, it’s front page news. When bus drivers and janitors strike, it rarely makes the back page. Bob talks to George Packer, author of Blood of the Liberal and Lights, Camera Strike in the Sunday edition of New York Times Magazine,about covering labor in a celebrity culture.

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