U.S. auto industry unites after terrorist attacks DETROIT — Big Three leaders joined hands with labor, government and suppliers Sept. 18 for a combination pep rally/brainstorming session to put the world on notice the industry will remain strong and united in the wake of terrorist attack. The unusual gathering at General Motors Corp.’s Hamtramck, MI, Cadillac plant, was at the request of U.S. President George W. Bush, who directed U.S. Commerce Secretary Donald Evans and Labor Secretary ...

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