Tough Luck For Big Business

Schneider, William
April 2009
National Journal;4/18/2009, p23
The article discusses the results of a CNN poll conducted by Opinion Research in April 2009. It surveys people in the U.S. regarding the government's bailout of automotive and financial companies. The poll found that more than three-quarters of respondents said that if General Motors and Chrysler need more government money, Washington should rebuff them and let them go bankrupt. The public also said the same thing about banks and financial institutions.


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