The Automobile In American History And Culture

Author: Michael L. Berger
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313245589
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Presents a collection of bibliographic essays that describe the history, culture, and impact of the automobile and automobile industry in the United States.

The Automobile And American Life

Author: John Heitmann
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476601992
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Journal of American Culture 20 (Fall 1997): 13–31. Bernstein, Barton J. “The
Automobile Industry and the Coming of World War II.” The Southwestern Social
Science Quarterly 47 (1966): 22–33. Blaszczyk, Regina Lee. “DuPont and the
Color Revolution.” Chemical Heritage (Fall 2007): 20–5. Burnham, John C. “The
Gasoline Tax and the Automobile Revolution.” Mississippi Valley Historical
Review 48 (December 1961): 435–59. Busby, Linda J., and Greg Leichty. “
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The American Highway

Author: William Kaszynski
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786408221
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Minnesota-based writer and photographer Kazynski traces the transformation of the US from a network of places connected by rutted wagon trails to a maze of highways connected to other highways.

Engines Of Change

Author: Paul Ingrassia
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451640641
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Chronicles the history reflected by fifteen iconic car models to discuss how automobiles reflect key cultural shifts as well as developments in such areas as manufacturing, women's rights, and environmental awareness.

Auto Opium

Author: David Gartman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135094276
Size: 69.23 MB
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This much needed book is the first to provide a comprehensive history of the profession and aesthetics of American automobile design.

Nation On Wheels

Author: Mark S. Foster
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780155075429
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This brief text examines the central role of the automobile in American life in the late twentieth-century.

Cars And Culture

Author: Rudi Volti
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801883996
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A succinct yet comprehensive history, Cars and Culture highlights the technical changes that altered the appearance and performance of automobiles, along with the myriad forces that have shaped the car's development.