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When cities treated cars as dangerous intruders

13 mins | Aug 11, 2022
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How did American cities transform for modern transport? To many urban Americans in the 1920s, the car and its driver were tyrants that deprived others of their freedom. Peter Norton explores the origins of the modern road and the fight between pedestrians, street railways and the car salesmen of the early 1900s.
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