In Are We There Yet?, historian and automotive journalist Dan Albert combines historical scholarship with personal narrative to explore how car culture has suffused America’s DNA.
The plain, old-fashioned, human-driven car built our economy, won our wars, and shaped our democratic creed as it moved us about. Are We There Yet? carries us from muddy tracks to superhighways, from horseless buggies to driverless electric vehicles, documenting “our relationships to cars and through cars and the stories we tell about those relationships.”
Dan Albert is the car critic for n + 1 magazine, a print and digital magazine of literature, culture, and politics. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Michigan.
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