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Case of the Check that Didn't Bounce

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After World War II, Americans wanted to buy consumer goods such as automobiles. Even though buyers had the money, however, they could not immediately get a car because of great demand. That is, unless they offered a bribe to the dealer who would let them buy a showroom car. Jeter tells a story of how one Greensboro man beat the car dealers at their own game.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 51 Issue 9, Feb 1984, p18, il