A series of articles written for the Globe and mail.
|Other titles||Globe and mail|
|LC Classifications||HD9710 C22 S65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
Foster's A NATION ON WHEELS will prove an important addition to the literature on postwar America and an equally important addition to our understanding of the car culture." "I'm happy to report that I like his book very much. Foster's work is thorough, full of /5(10). A Nation on Wheels Informational (nonfiction), words, Level P (Grade 2), Lexile L There are over million cars and trucks just in the United States. The automobile had turned America into a “nation on wheels.” At an annual conference of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America in , one billboard operator characterized the changes. “People have become physically and mentally restless,” he : Catherine Gudis. Get this from a library! Nation on wheels: the automobile culture in America since [Mark S Foster] -- Examines the impact of the automobile on American society since the end of World War Two in the areas of mass transit, development of the United Auto Workers, rise of suburbia, auto racing, and the.
This brief text examines the central role of the automobile in American life in the late twentieth-century. Synthesizing and discussing the most insightful monographs written about the automobile, Mark Foster provides students with an enlightening history of one of America's most recognizable contributions to industrialized society. Check out Nation on Wheels (From Peoplemover) by George Bruns on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Mark S. Foster’s book, “A Nation on Wheels: The Automobile Culture in America Since ,” provides an insightful critical review of the automobile’s extraordinary and complex interrelationship with virtually every aspect of American society and life. Foster begins his story where he arguably should, after World War II. A Nation on Wheels: The Automobile Culture in America since by Mark S. Foster (, Trade Paperback).
A Nation on Wheels: The Automobile Culture in America Since by Mark S Foster Be the first to review this item This brief text examines the central role of the automobile in American life in the late twentieth-century. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm. White Earth Nation enters law enforcement agreements with Becker County, Mahnomen County, and Clearwater County Upcoming TEC Meetings: Webinar Registration. RBC CARES Budget Resolution Lake Lot Application Reschedule Notice. MCT Meeting Notices. Wheels up nation. likes 2 talking about this. • drag racing media •YOURE source for everything and anything drag racing!