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Why GM, Ford, and Chrysler can’t escape the lemons of the past
With the breakdown of Senate talks, Bush could step in and save the auto industry, or not.
That $15 billion in loans for GM and Chrysler might be a fraction of what they need.
U.S. auto industry leaders have asked Congress for a bailout in the form of $34 billion in loans.
Auto makers should enter bankruptcy, Rep. Tom Price writes.
If we don’t help the auto industry, it will trigger a global depression later, Ron Gettelfinger writes.
Predictions could spark a GM bankruptcy that otherwise wouldn't have occurred.
A letter urges senators to take a ride in one of Detroit's best.
The heads of GM, Chrysler, and Ford are presenting their plans to rescue their troubled firms.