The automobile has had a permanent influence on America.
From its very beginnings at the tail end of the 19th century up to today, it has shaped and been shaped by the world it serves.
In Motoring: The Highway Experience in America, academics and authors John A. Jakle and Keith A. Sculle explore the significant role the automobile has had in shaping the American landscape, including the largest built structure on the planet: America's interstate highway system.
Go for a drive back in time with Motoring as the authors take you on a tour of the forces that shaped the automobile, our roads, and the very foundations of modern America, itself.
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