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Manufacturers are responsible for the safety and quality of their products. Legislators, the general public and manufacturers, themselves, recognize this indisputable fact. Yet, this wasn’t always the case.

Take the automotive industry, for example. For most of the 20th century, American carmakers actually opposed the idea of assuming responsibility for product design flaws. Unfortunately, it took a repeated loss of life to change this.

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