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March 26, 2009


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You have a repeated paragraph in there.

Also, I understand that you may have no choice because the source is a book, but without the graphics that the excerpt is referring to, some of the content isn't helpful at all.

Ugh. Typepad is killing me. I'll try to fix/adjust as possible...

Odd that this book (revised November 2008) refers to General Motors as "financially strong". Wasn't that about the time they were telling the world that without a government bail-out they would be bankrupt by the end of the year?

cmadler --

I'm betting there's a HUGE time difference (maybe a year or so) between when a book is written and when it is published. This may be the issue here.

Then again, has GM been strong anytime in the past few years?

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