Mark Brenner

Director, Labor Notes

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Director of Labor Notes, a Detroit, Michigan-based nonprofit magazine and think-tank, debating news and analysis for union activists since 1979

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An Ultimatum for General Motors and Chrysler

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President  Obama says  General Motors and Chrysler have failed to justify their requests for $17 more billions of federal dollars. Bankruptcy is a real possibility.

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President Obama says General Motors and Chrysler have failed to justify their requests for $17 more billions of federal dollars. Bankruptcy is a real possibility.

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Democrats want  $25 billion for Ford, Chrysler and GM, which auto experts warn could go under before the end of the year.

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Democrats want $25 billion for Ford, Chrysler and GM, which auto experts warn could go under before the end of the year.

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