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Hollywood on Strike!: An Industry at War in the Internet Age - The Writers Guild (WGA) Strike and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Stalemate (Entertainment Labor Unions) Paperback – February 15, 2011

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Handel's work is always incredibly authoritative and a pleasure to read. --Patrick Goldstein, "The Big Picture" columnist, the Los Angeles Times (affiliation for identification only)

Hollywood's most sensible legal eagle. Jonathan Handel was one of the most reliable, fair-minded and quotable sources during the Writers Guild of America strike. --Kansas City Star

I'm going to read this book cover to cover. --Ken Howard, President, Screen Actors Guild (affiliation for identification only)

Jonathan brings the insights of an insider - and the instincts of a reporter - to the complex world of Hollywood labor. --Rebecca Keegan, film writer, the Los Angeles Times (affiliation for identification only)

Handel's appreciation of the dynamics of entertainment industry labor relations and understanding of the issues are commendable. --Roberta Reardon, President, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (affiliation for identification only)

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Handel's work is always incredibly authoritative and a pleasure to read. --Patrick Goldstein, "The Big Picture" columnist, the Los Angeles Times (affiliation for identification only)

Hollywood's most sensible legal eagle. Jonathan Handel was one of the most reliable, fair-minded and quotable sources during the Writers Guild of America strike. --Kansas City Star

I'm going to read this book cover to cover. --Ken Howard, President, Screen Actors Guild (affiliation for identification only)

Jonathan brings the insights of an insider - and the instincts of a reporter - to the complex world of Hollywood labor. --Rebecca Keegan, film writer, the Los Angeles Times (affiliation for identification only)

Labor relations in the entertainment industry are complex and incredibly nuanced. Handel's appreciation of the dynamics and his understanding of the issues are commendable. --Roberta Reardon, President, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (affiliation for identification only)

Handel chronicles the WGA strike and SAG negotiations with an attorney's eye for detail and a blogger's distinctive point of view. --Carol Lombardini, President, Alliance of Motion Picture
and Television Producers (affiliation for identification only)

Handel covers the entertainment labor world as obsessively as any human possibly can. --The Hollywood Reporter (this quote predates the author's appointment as Contributing Editor)

Handel's latest article has the kind of detail we love. A major wow with interesting analysis. His work is invariably thought provoking. --SAGWatch.net

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