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I find it galling that

I find it galling that helping a company restructure--Chrysler, which Orr worked for in 200--is being likened to saving a failing city. A company is beholden to its shareholders and has no qualms about ripping off its workers, which Chrysler and Orr did in spades. A city is not a profit-making entity that's supposed to put profit above all else. It has not only workers but residents. This is all obvious, and yet Orr's experience as a manager of Chrysler's bankruptcy is touted as fitting him to save Detroit.

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