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Automakers Leave D.C. Empty-handed

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Automakers Leave D.C. Empty-handed

Automakers Leave D.C. Empty-handed

Automakers Leave D.C. Empty-handed

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Chiefs of GM, Ford and Chrysler didn't get the piece of the bailout pie they were hoping for. With Congress headed into a two-month break, the U.S auto industry looks as uncertain as ever. Micheline Maynard, auto reporter for the New York Times, talks to Madeleine Brand about what's next for the Big Three.

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