Workers at the General Motors Truck and Bus plant in Pontiac, Michigan, denounced the pay cuts and concessions which are being demanded by the Obama administration as the condition for government loans to the auto corporations. Over the last three decades, workers in Pontiac have watched factories in their small city shed 30,000 jobs. Today the last remaining plants are threatened with closure as the union and the government join forces to force through massive pay and benefits cuts before the plants close for the last time. The World Socialist Web Site spoke to workers at Pontiac Truck and Bus.
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