The authors argue that global warming and the price of gasoline are not the only problems presented by America’s love of cars. Higher… read more
The authors argue that global warming and the price of gasoline are not the only problems presented by America’s love of cars. Higher incidences of obesity and asthma can be attributed to car ownership, as well as a high financial toll on the poor. The event in New Canaan, Conn. was presented by Anne Lutz Fernandez. close
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