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In Detroit, feeling the stress of the uncertain financial landscape

The collapse of America's auto industry and the U.S. economy has left Detroit in shambles. In a new Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation-Harvard University Detroit poll, many residents believe their economy is in ruins.

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A hard downshift in Detroit
Article | DETROIT -- The decline of the auto industry and the nation's economic slide have left many residents here trapped, without work, in houses they can't sell, in neighborhoods where they fear for their safety, in schools that offer their children a hard road out.

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