The Level Field Institute, a grassroots organization founded by Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group retirees, launches a campaign this month designed to highlight the contributions the traditional Big Three auto makers have made to the U.S. Ford contributed to the ad campaign, says a company spokesman, but declines to say how much. Heading the Washington-based Level Field Institute is Jim Doyle, a former Commerce Dept. official in the Clinton Admin. The campaign ...

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