Chapter 13: The Chrysler and General Motors bankruptcies
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Describes and critiques the Chrysler and General Motors bankruptcy cases with a focus on federal government intervention. Concludes that such intervention distorted the bankruptcy process to rescue companies that might well have been saved through ordinary bankruptcy process, perhaps as aided with less intrusive government participation.

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