By David Bailey DETROIT, March 19 (Reuters) - Three weeks into a strike that has shut dozens of North American auto plants, idled over 40,000 workers and threatened credit ratings for the industry, striking workers at American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc say they expect no quick resolution. American Axle workers walking picket lines outside the parts supplier's plants in Detroit and Three Rivers, Michigan, say they expect a long strike and could not live on the company's ...
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