Frustrated Americans cheer Obama's tough auto moves


* Some recall Truman attempt to seize steel industry * Market fears signal of further intervention * Public support may help Obama win over Republicans By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - Some frustrated U.S. taxpayers cheered President Barack Obama's tough steps to shore up the reeling auto industry on Monday but critics called his decision to fire General Motors' chief a heavy-handed power grab. Obama forced out General Motors chief executive Rick Wagoner, pushed ...

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