Chrysler Continued

Stephen Chapman
September 1980
New Republic;9/20/80, Vol. 183 Issue 12, p11
Focuses on the U.S. government's bailout of Chrysler Corp. Evidence disproving the bailout idea; Reaction of presidential candidate Ronald Reagan regarding the bailout; Opposition to the bail out program of the administration by presidential candidate Ronald Reagan; Information that Reagan wants to show that the I government interference is sapping the productive capacity of free enterprise system; Approval of loan guarantees to Chrysler; Requirement of the bailout that banks involved should provide another $400 million in credit to Chrysler; Refusal of banks to grant additional credit to Chrysler.


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