By Andrea Hopkins LORDSTOWN, Ohio, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The relief was palpable on Wednesday as GM workers headed back to work after a two-day strike, but no one in this tiny Ohio town sounded very optimistic about the future. David Green, president of the United Auto Workers local 1714, stood outside the union hall not far from GM's massive car plant in Lordstown, Ohio, shaking hands with co-workers as news spread that a deal had been reached to end the strike. "People seem to be ...
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