THE SACK OF DETROIT: General Motors and the End of American Enterprise
Recounts the epic rise and unnecessary fall of America's most important industry. At the center of Whyte's absorbing narrative are the titans of the automotive world, and the crusaders for safety such as Ralph Nader and a group of senators led by Abraham Ribicoff and Robert Kennedy. Their collision contributed significantly to the decline of American enterprise.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4801199
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