Why We Drive: The Past, Present, and Future of Automobiles in America

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Taking the position that America’s love affair with cars and highways is not a cultural phenomenon but a problem of entrenched economic and political forces, this manifesto chronicles the rise of the U.S. highway system from its orchestrated genesis to our current alarming reliance on automobiles.

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With a format that incorporates a blend of cartoons, historic photographs and minimal text, this handbook reveals the players, the money and the politics that have led to our petroleum dependence and endless miles of asphalt. It begins by analyzing the environmental impact of driving and ends by offering a blueprint for rebuilding a more sustainable transportation system that could save American cities and the planet.

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Author Andy Singer
Publisher Microcosm
Page Count 160pp
Publication Size 5.25 x 6.4
Publication Notes paperback, b/w
Publication Date August 1, 2013
ISBN 978-1621064862

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