This volume analyzes the current struggles of American auto makers as they attempt to respond to new global competition in the auto industry. The authors chart the growth and development of domestic car production, as well as that of representative producers in Britain, Japan, and West Germany. They conclude that our whole nexus of relationships among labor, management, and government must be changed to cope with the global challenge, and they suggest changes to accomplish this reorientation. This is a valuable book for those wondering what happened to U.S. auto makers in particular and U.S. industry in general. Richard C. Schiming, Economics Dept., Mankato State Univ., Minn.