Dare to Decode Jurisprudence
In the twentieth-century United States, the car represented individual liberty. But the law treated cars as the most policed aspect of everyday life. The question Sarah Seo asks in her forthcoming book, How Cars Transformed American Freedom, is: How has the meaning of freedom changed such that Americans came to accept extensive policing of the embodiment of their independence?
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