Driving America: Your Car, Your Government, Your Choice
Questions the science and reasoning behind governmental regulations limiting motorists' personal mobility. The book examines the Kyoto summit, treaty proposals, new clean air standards, the deterioration of the US road system, safety, and the uncertainty about the roles of various climatic factors.
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