Gidron's ride with GM comes to an end

Hocker, Cliff
February 1997
Black Enterprise;Feb97, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p30
Reports on the lawsuit filed by Cadillac auto dealer Dick Gidron against General Motors charging that GM offered financial subsidies to other dealerships but not to him. Civil rights violations claimed in the suit; Background of the dispute.


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