Bailouts will be a land mine for politicians

Crain, Keith
February 2012
Crain's Detroit Business;2/20/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p0008
The article focuses on the issue of the bailout of General Motors Corp. (GM) in the political debate in the U.S. presidential candidates. Without the bailout, either GM or Chrysler or both would be out of business, along with hundreds of suppliers. Presidential canddidate Mitt Romney then and now opposed the GM bailout.


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