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This work is my current reaction to the drive-thru approach to modern life. I find it amazing to think how, in many ways, the automobile, which should bring a sense of mobility and freedom, - is responsible for the isolated way we live our daily lives. Beginning in the 1950ʼs the automobile defined our modern American culture. It sets the standard for how we perceive ourselves in terms of our economic status and our social standing, yet the ubiquitous auto and its impact upon our civilization, industrial and financial system may also be part of our ultimate undoing. 

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