Frances Keene puts a neutral safety switch on a transmission at the AW North Carolina plant in Durham in 2008. The plant is one of many North Carolina operations that supply the auto industry with parts.
Frances Keene puts a neutral safety switch on a transmission at the AW North Carolina plant in Durham in 2008. The plant is one of many North Carolina operations that supply the auto industry with parts. cliddy@newsobserver.com Chuck Liddy
Frances Keene puts a neutral safety switch on a transmission at the AW North Carolina plant in Durham in 2008. The plant is one of many North Carolina operations that supply the auto industry with parts. cliddy@newsobserver.com Chuck Liddy

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