Gauging the Impact of the Autoworkers' Strike The United Auto Workers members at General Motors are now on the picket lines. Joseph DeMatio, an editor with Automobile Magazine talks about the strike, and what this means for both GM, the UAW and the rest of the American auto industry.
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Gauging the Impact of the Autoworkers' Strike

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Gauging the Impact of the Autoworkers' Strike

Gauging the Impact of the Autoworkers' Strike

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The United Auto Workers members at General Motors are now on the picket lines. Joseph DeMatio, an editor with Automobile Magazine talks to Madeleine Brand about the strike and what this means for GM, the UAW and the rest of the automobile industry.

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