Volkswagen and UAW Are Getting Cozier, but Will They Ultimately Match Up?

The UAW also remains staunchly opposed over any aims in Chattanooga by politicians in Tennessee, a conservative redoubt where much of the opposition to the Detroit bailouts was based—and remains. “Auto unions ate Detroit,” said a billboard erected near the VW plant in June by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, based in Washington, D.C., according to the publication. “Next meal Chattanooga?”