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AuthorList of Page, delimiter: ,The Seattle Times editorial board
SourcePageThe Seattle Times
DateDateNovember 14, 2008
URLURLhttp://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/editorialsopinion/2008388462_edit14bailout.html
QuoteText"A bankruptcy by one of the Detroit companies, or several of them, would not end the car industry in America. People will still buy cars, and most of those cars will be assembled here. A new American car company could rise from the wreckage of the old ones. And don't forget the transplants — Toyota, Nissan, Honda, BMW and the rest. They employ 113,000 Americans to assemble cars in the United States. None of them is asking for a bailout."
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A questionable bailout of America's Big 3 automakers by The Seattle Times editorial board (The Seattle Times, November 14, 2008) (view)