Letters: Apr. 11, 1983

Saving Chrysler

To the Editors: It is not just Lee Iacocca's brains, bluster and bravado that have turned Chrysler around [March 21]. The company is producing a product that meets our needs, a dependable, comfortable car that provides economical transportation.

H. Anthony Hodges Pittsburgh

Love him or hate him, Iacocca is the epitome of American entrepreneurship.

Michael J. Dunbar Dallas

I agree that it is dangerous for the Government to lend money to failing businesses. It is also impossible to specify the qualities an executive must possess in order to save a company. However, it is apparent that Iacocca has the unique combination of...

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