Between the planks

Kahaner, Larry
September 2000
Fleet Owner;Sep2000, Vol. 95 Issue 9, p7
Trade Publication
Uncovers the impact of political platforms of presidential candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore to trucking industry in the United States. How the trucking industry will cope up with the reforms; Background on some issues related to the industry; Government agencies which will be affected by these platforms; Details on their platforms.


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