Pain at the Auto Plant Americans are trading in their oversized gas guzzlers for more fuel efficient cars. How does that affect workers at our nation's auto plants? To gain some insight, Farai speaks with Claire McClinton, an auto-worker for General Motors.
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Pain at the Auto Plant

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Pain at the Auto Plant

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Pain at the Auto Plant

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Americans are trading in their oversized gas guzzlers for more fuel efficient cars. SUV and truck sales for Ford and GM have dropped dramatically. How does that affect workers at our nation's auto plants?

To gain some insight, Farai speaks with Claire McClinton, an auto-worker for General Motors in Flint, Michigan.

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