Certainly most Americans would not argue that it's a bad thing that GM has regained the sales crown. And certainly the White House, which spent $82 billion on the auto bailout, will find a place to mention GM in most every speech.
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DETROIT (Bernie Woodall and Ben Klayman) - General Motors Co's U.S. sales rose 26 percent in April, a sign that the automaker has not been greatly aff...
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