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The importance of the car is not so much land speculation..

Perhaps you are right, but new means of transportation have usually created land speculation. The canals in britain 17th century, railroads in the USA 19th century. And wasn't the Missisippi Bubble of 18th century something to do with river transport? It would be quite strange if car would not have similar conseqences.

by kjr63 on Tue Jul 20th, 2010 at 12:01:52 PM EST
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