Bloody and violent revolution is at times necessary to affect physical and social change. A fascinating historical evaluation of how the “automotive” age has transformed cities, society, morality, justice, politics and automobility. A new look at both the origins of the automotive city in America and how social groups shape technological change. Merge historical auto-evolution with the continued struggle for moto rights and, yeah, the times they still are a changin’. By Peter D. Norton. Softcover. 6.25”x9.25”, 396 pp.