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1Title:  The devil wagon in God's country: the automobile and social change in rural America, 1893-1929   
 Creator:  Berger, Michael L., 1943- 
 Publication:  Archon Books, Hamden, Conn, 1979. 
 Notes:  Bibliography: p. 247-261. Includes index. 
 Extent:  269 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Automobiles -- Social aspects -- United States -- History | United States -- Rural conditions

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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2Title:  To empower people : from state to civil society   
 Creator:  Neuhaus, Richard John | Novak, Michael | Berger, Peter L. 
 Publication:  Washington, D.C. : American Enterprise Institute, 1996  
 Subjects:  Social institutions | Social policy

 
Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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3Title:  The car and the city: the automobile, the built environment, and daily urban life   
 Creator:  Wachs, Martin | Crawford, Margaret, 1948- | Curt Teich Postcard Archives Collection (Newberry Library) | Lake County Forest Preserve District (Ill.) | Car and the City Symposium (1988 : University of California, Los Angeles) 
 Publication:  University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, ©1992. 
 Notes:  "The Car and the City Symposium, was held April 9-10, 1988, at the University of California, Los Angeles"--Page vii. Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-321). "A recent television documentary asked half a dozen centenarians what they remembered as the most exciting moments of their lives. Without hesitating, each of them mentioned their first automobile ride among two or three of their most prominent memories. When asked what development had changed daily life the most in the century through which they had lived, all six mentioned the automobile. Despite its importance, the automobile is the subject of surprisingly little intellectual inquiry. In The Car and the City, twenty distinguished authors--architects, designers, historians, sociologists, psychologists, and urban planners--analyze the influence the automobile has had on daily urban life and offer speculations about its future. The result is a fascinating study on the many ways in which urban life and the automobile are intertwined. Historians Sam Bass Warner, Jr., James J. Flink, and Mark S. Foster; journalist John B. Jackson; feminist planner Sandra Rosenbloom; and urbanist Melvin M. Webber are just a few of the foremost authorities who together provide a valuable interdisciplinary perspective on urban development and change."--Dust jacket. 
 Extent:  xx, 325 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Automobiles -- Social aspects -- United States -- History | Urban ecology (Sociology) -- United States -- History | City and town life -- United States -- History | Automobiles -- Social aspects -- California -- Los Angeles Region -- History | Urban ecology (Sociology) -- California -- Los Angeles Region -- History | City and town life -- California -- Los Angeles Region -- History | Automobiles Social aspects | City and town life | Urban ecology (Sociology) | California Los Angeles Region | United States | History

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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