Assessing the economy on the ground in Detroit
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Assessing the economy on the ground in Detroit

Two small businesses give insight into the effects of a slumping economy as the city that rose, and fell, with the fortunes of the auto industry tries to figure out where the jobs will come from for the next generation. (Dana Hedgpeth/The Washington Post)

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