The Car Culture Crash
JAY GREW UP POOR. THE REAL KIND OF POOR, WHERE YOU CAN ONLY AFFORD to pay one bill each month so you choose whether to risk getting the water or the electricity cut off. His family didn’t have cable. They didn’t have a phone.
KeywordsTransportation Income Marketing Expense Gasoline
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