ANALYSIS-Heavy hand seen in US government's GM, Chrysler role


* U.S. gov't involvement in restructuring "unprecedented" * Government advantage over creditors seen as "not fair" * Some claim government redistributing wealth By Nick Carey DETROIT, April 28 (Reuters) - By seeking to dictate terms to secured creditors of Chrysler LLC and General Motors Corp as the automakers struggle to win further aid by cutting debt and costs, the U.S. government has entered uncharted waters that some find unsettling. Inserting itself into a private process -- ...

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