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Tom Herzing: America suddenly has an auto identity crisis

5:03 PM, May 17, 2013
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When I was a kid, you could always tell when it was Saturday: the streets downtown were lined with the worn pickup trucks of farmers come to town to purchase the few necessities they couldn't grow or preserve: Fels Naptha, tooth powder, Grainbelt beer. Now the downtown is always full of gleaming Chevy Silverados driven by farmers, bankers and working stiffs. They are all cocooned in the same soft leather and crooned to by some guitar-plucking country star who earns much more than the President of the United States.

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