Analysis Stripped of its once-mighty vitals, what remains of General Motors Corp. is heading toward the shredder like millions of GM cars over its 101-year history. Those scrapped vehicles were recycled and lived on, but no one knows their ultimate fate. The same might be said of GM as it heads toward bankruptcy, but nearly everyone agrees the auto maker will emerge leaner than an anorexic super model and meaner than, well, a junkyard dog. It also will become a dwarf when compared ...

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