Letters, Sep. 29, 1980

The Automakers

To the Editors: I was disappointed that your cover artist Richard Hess didn't put blindfolds on the three auto executives [Sept. 8]. They must have been around in the late '50s, the '60s and the '70s and observed the trend and need for small and efficient cars. Their foreign competitors did.

Harold H. Bach Sun City, Ariz.

If the Detroit worker had done better when he had a job, he would not now be looking for a job.

Virginia B. Thomas Alexandria, La.

Let the Government buy every household a new economy car every two years. This would 1) revive the auto...

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