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John Keats


  • Corporations November 23, 2005

    G.M. Stumps the Senators

    With assembly plant shut-downs and a massive layoff of 5,000 workers, GM has seen better days. Those include the 1950s, when GM was in trouble with the Senate for being too powerful, and accused of artificially raising prices and creating a monopoly in Detroit.

    John Keats