Auto Bailout: Southern Workers Watch and Worry

Workers at Honda's Lincoln, Ala., plant support a Detroit rescue more than politicians do. They fear cuts, too

The tiny town of Lincoln, Ala., is 706 miles from Detroit. But as the U.S. recession deepens, the distance between this Southern enclave of the American auto industry and the Big Three's headquarters to the North seems to be shrinking.

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