Car Wars: Battles on the Road to Nowhere
Car Wars traces the history of the car and transport policy. Investigative journalist Chris Mosey shows how "progress" leads to multinationals ignoring local environmental concerns, and how solutions to escalating gridlock and pollution could be implemented. Have street protesters been effective or rendered useless by surveillance and infiltration? Can we halt environmental destruction? Or are we heading down a road to nowhere?
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