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Here’s a brief history of the American auto business since World War II.
Some of us remember when “made in Japan” was a synonym for “junk.”
Early in WWII the Japanese captured an intact American fighter plane. Their studies showed the plane – probably a P-40 like General Chenault and his American Volunteer “Flying Tigers” used in China before Pearl Harbor – was so far superior to anything they had.
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