If a person is injured as a result of an unreasonably dangerous or defective product, how will he or she most likely recover damages for the injury?
a) hold the retailer of the product strictly liable.
b) hold the wholesaler strictly liable
c) hold the manufacturer strictly liable
d) all of these

i think it's c.

I agree.

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