About this time every three or four years, when United Auto Workers contracts are renegotiated, domestic auto makers must take stock of their health. And like hypochondriacs, their diagnoses always are grim. This time it’s obesity and possible hemorrhaging, brought on by periodic vision loss. Who’s to blame? According to some, if the Big Three were the city of New York in 1908, the UAW would be Typhoid Mary. When the contract talks conclude later this year, the prescription for relief ...
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