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By August of 1932, the Great Depression had finally caught up with the American automobile industry:

"For the first time in history auto production has fallen off. Last year's output was 700,000 cars [fewer than the number produced just two years earlier.]"

The research has shown that between the Fall of 1929 and 1932 American automobile manufacturing had decreased by 70%.

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Motor City Takes It On The Chin (Pathfinder Magazine, 1932)

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