John Heitmann

University of Dayton, Ohio

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Professor of History at the University of Dayton, Ohio, whose research focuses on science and technology, and the history of the automobile

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For many years, General Motors knowingly installed ignition switches that failed to meet specifications in Chevy Cobalts and other small cars.

GM on the Hot Seat — All Over Again

For many years, General Motors knowingly installed ignition switches that failed to meet specifications in Chevy Cobalts and other small cars.

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