David Carr has an excellent analysis of the ambiguous nature of the resolution of the writer's the strike. The Guild wrung concessions out of the studios, which is definitely a win, and they secured the key points of principle, so it superficially looks like a big win, but when you bore down to the details the didn't acquire a great deal of concrete significance.

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