From the frontlines of the auto shakeup: UAW workers weigh in

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

President Obama said it’s going to take sacrifices from all sides to successfully restructure the auto industry. Yesterday he unveiled his plan, which calls for replacing the leadership of GM and making sure that the America's carmakers forge ahead as leaner companies. But what do the autoworkers, the ones who tighten the nuts and bolts on every car that crosses the assembly line, make of this plan? The Takeaway is joined by Will Marcum and Terry Harden, longtime UAW workers in GM's assembly plant in Pontiac, Michigan.

Miss the President's address? Here it is:


Terry Harden and Will Marcum


Leo Duran

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