Commentary: Why Didn't Gm Do More For Saturn?

Tom Sawyer would be amused by Saturn. The carmaker's recent TV commercials show cheerful workers and managers, side by side, painting fences outside their Spring Hill (Tenn.) factory. What the folksy ads fail to mention is that workers took up their brushes only because Saturn's cutback in production of slow-selling small cars last fall left them with plenty of time on their hands.

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