Business vs. politics. It's a choice General Motors will likely have to make following a significant backlash to the company's plans to idle and potentially close five plants in North America.

The plans, announced last month, were initially praised on Wall Street. But in the political arena, they've kicked up a storm of protest that the highly profitable automaker is being greedy, sacrificing American and Canadian jobs to find cheaper labor in Mexico and betraying the taxpayers who bailed it out a decade ago.

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If YOU Were In Charge Of GM How Would You Handle The Mounting Public Backlash Over Plant Closures?

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