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The United States of Toyota: How Detroit Squandered Its Legacy and Enabled Toyota to Become America's Car Company

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The United States of Toyota is many stories in one. First and foremost, it is a business story, detailing the decline of the American automobile industry - and the simultaneous rise of an Asian manufacturer to take its place. It is also a history book, providing an intimate portrait of the larger-than-life personalities and cars that led the American auto industry through ...more
Hardcover, 308 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by Inkwater Press
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