DETROIT – Talking about tax credits for building fuel-efficient cars, training and health- care initiatives aimed at keeping manufacturing jobs in the U.S. and bolstering America’s middle class, presidential hopeful John Kerry presents himself Wednesday as a friend, not an enemy, to Detroit’s auto industry during his speech to the Detroit Economic Club. Senator John Kerry His opponents often depict Kerry as a harsh critic of Detroit who in the past has advocated larger gas taxes and is ...

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