DETROIT – Richard Dauch, outspoken head of parts supplier American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc., says the entitlements enjoyed by generations of U.S. workers must end for the nation to remain globally competitive in manufacturing. “Eliminate the entitlement mentality that is so pervasive in today’s American culture,” Dauch says during an address at The National Summit here. Dauch, whose company endured an 87-day United Auto Workers union strike last year over the supplier’s demands for ...

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