Business: General Motors Staggered

Last spring Madam Secretary of Labor Perkins suggested that the automobile industry (which now runs frantically night & day for a few months and then coasts through the rest of the year), might well spread production more evenly throughout the twelvemonth. One good way to accomplish that, said she, was to turn the big national automobile shows over to dealers. Then the motormakers would not be so anxious to introduce almost all their models at the same time.

The big Manhattan automobile show will be run by dealers next...

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