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Dininnio, Steve-Cover. Near Fine. 6" X 9" 107 Pages. Front cover has very minor edge and corner wear. Once the symbol of America's predominance in technology and innovation, the U.S. auto industry has fallen on hard times. These essays, adapted from lectures given at Hillsdale College in January 2009, address the history of the auto industry with a special focus on the role of government. The Ludwig von Mises Lecture Series and the Champions of Freedom book series were established at Hillsdale College in 1973, in honor of one of the twentieth century's foremost defenders of economic liberty. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Michigan's Competitiveness Yesterday and Today, The Thirty Years War How Detroit's Automakers Went from Kings of Road to Road Kill, The Fords, Do Ethanol Regulations Make Sense, New Car Technology Should Government Have a Role, American Cars and American Culture, and Recommended Readings.
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