In this sweeping cultural history, James Flink observes that by the early 1970s the automobile had ceased to be a force for change in America.In this sweeping cultural history, James Flink observes that by the early 1970s the automobile had ceased to be a force for change in America.Read Less
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I read this book for a class. It was a little hard to understand, but had some excellent facts, statistics, and information. I started the book with very little knowledge about cars, but now I understand how and why the automobile became so huge in America.
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