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Stephen Henderson

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Editorial page editor for the Detroit Free Press

Stephen Henderson on KCRW

Detroit has not asked for a federal bailout but, the issue is causing partisan squabbles in Washington anyway. For the moment, the city is on it’s own.

Should Detroit be Left on its Own?

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LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

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LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

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