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Outraged: How Detroit And The Wall Street Car Czars Killed The American Dream Paperback – October 4, 2011
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What this book clearly shows, the goverment task force took hard working people who invested everything they had to build a business and just wiped them out for no good reason! Sad to think our own government would do this to the very people make our country great! The other thing she pointed out so well was the impact on local communities and charities. That really hit home when I think of what the local dealers in our area do for so many events. Every community, school, local sports and charity event in our area is supported by the local car dealers.
Thanks Tamara for bringing this to light and yes Outraged was the perfect title as that how I felt about the government task force at the end. BTW....Perfect ending with the Gift Basket! You Rock!
Kim Jung Il live vicariously in America through Barack Obama. Tammy Darvish is a true Patriot. Her abilities to rally Congress to the defense of 189,000 family jobs put into peril by the stupidest moves any administration could ever make are remarkable. With help from Representatives Hoyer and Van Hollen they pulled off the unthinkable. It's sad that the Democratically controlled Senate changed the original draft bill or many more family businesses would have been saved from this thuggish, destructive, job killing, administration.
Buy this book. Read it. Get the living hell scared out of you, and then call your Congressman and demand oversight hearings for these perpetrators.Read more ›
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Being from Europe and interested in what happened to the American auto industry in the USA in 2008 & following years, I purchased several books dealing with various aspects of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by RPH
Don't get me wrong, I abhor what happened to these dealers, but I expected this book to be much more of a well thought out and constructed timeline of this whole affair. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Steve Chase
a fairly one sided book. my initial thoughts were on how GM and Chrysler were saved by the government. not the case. Read morePublished on July 26, 2014 by idontdobacon
Finally a true story how car dealers and White house, run the car industry, don't care about the people that own their businesses orPublished on May 12, 2014 by Gail L.
This book explains the government rip off of many of the Auto dealers at the time
of the Auto Industries CRASH. Read more
Just a real frustrating read- terrible layout and whiny tone. I wanted to read the inside story of what happened here. Felt horrible for the dealers and was outraged for sure. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by Max Perilstein
The author speaks to you all through the book and allows you inside an industry as well as how it interfaced with the government.Published on June 8, 2013 by Bonita Z. Darvish
It arrived on time and in good condistion. he really like it better then he thought he would. At a good price.Published on January 5, 2013 by tiffany carter