The 2012 presidential election is now two months in the past. Pundits of all stripes agree that Governor Mitt Romney’s opposition to the 2008 auto bailout cost him the state of Ohio, which he lost narrowly, and any chance he might have had in Michigan, which he lost by a wider margin.
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Jay Hallen, CFA, writes on foreign and economic policy issues. He lives in New York.