The Times Ignores Real Issues in Stagehand Strike

New York Press | November 29, 2007
It's curious to me how The New York Times justifies its blatantly frivolous treatment of the striking Broadway stagehands, instead concentrating on the inconveniences the shutdown has caused affluent New Yorkers and tourists who now won't be able to fork over the exorbitant ticket prices that a show like "Jersey Boys" commands.

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