Khol, Ronald
November 2000
Machine Design;11/02/2000, Vol. 72 Issue 21, p14
Trade Publication
Offers observations on presidential campaigns in the United States. Realization about the significance of campaign contributions; Political party supported by the automobile industry; Comments on the attitudes of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates during the campaign.


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