U.S. auto sales are at a fifteen year low and are expected to decline further in the coming months. Some analysts fear the twenty-five billion loan passed by Congress may be too little too late. Diane and her guests examine what’s next for the U.S. auto industry.


  • Sean McAlinden Chief Economist and Vice President, Research at the Center for Automotive Research
  • Peter De Lorenzo Founder, Autoextremist.com; author of "The United States of Toyota."
  • John Casesa Managing partner,Casesa Strategic Associates, an industry consulting firm
  • Warren Brown Automotive writer and "On Wheels" columnist for The Washington Post
  • Rep. John Dingell (D-Michigan)

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