Bruce Belzowski

Research Scientist, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

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Research scientist at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

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Big banks who've accepted billions in federal bailouts had little choice when President Obama demanded that they take "haircuts" to keep Chrysler in business.

Today, It's Chrysler... Tomorrow, GM?

Big banks who've accepted billions in federal bailouts had little choice when President Obama demanded that they take "haircuts" to keep Chrysler in business.

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President Obama says he  does not want to run a big automaker , but the federal government could end up owning 50% of General Motors.

Today, It's Chrysler... Tomorrow, GM?

President Obama says he does not want to run a big automaker , but the federal government could end up owning 50% of General Motors.

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