A last ditch effort by G-M to avoid bankruptcy appears to have failed. A plan by the Obama administration would leave taxpayers owning 70% of the automaker: Implications of a GM reorganization for autoworkers, lenders and the U.S. economy.

Guests

  • Neil King, Jr. national reporter, The Wall Street Journal.
  • Robert Reich professor of public policy, University of California, Berkeley; chairman of Common Cause; and former secretary of labor under President Clinton.
  • Kevin Hassett director, economic policy studies, American Enterprise Institute.

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