Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom

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Sarah Seo shows that the rise of the car, the symbol of American personal freedom, led to ever more intrusive policing, with devastating consequences for racial equality in our criminal justice system. Criminal procedures designed to safeguard us on the road undermined the nation’s commitment to equal protection before the law.

ASIN‏:‎B07QGB1QCF
Publisher‏:‎Harvard University Press (April 8, 2019)
Publication date‏:‎April 8, 2019
Language‏:‎English
File size‏:‎36707 KB
Text-to-Speech‏:‎Enabled
Enhanced typesetting‏:‎Enabled
X-Ray‏:‎Not Enabled
Word Wise‏:‎Enabled
Print length‏:‎340 pages
Lending‏:‎Not Enabled

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Sarah Seo shows that the rise of the car, the symbol of American personal freedom, led to ever more intrusive policing, with devastating consequences for racial equality in our criminal justice system. Criminal procedures designed to safeguard us on the road undermined the nation’s commitment to equal protection before the law.

ASIN‏:‎B07QGB1QCF
Publisher‏:‎Harvard University Press (April 8, 2019)
Publication date‏:‎April 8, 2019
Language‏:‎English
File size‏:‎36707 KB
Text-to-Speech‏:‎Enabled
Enhanced typesetting‏:‎Enabled
X-Ray‏:‎Not Enabled
Word Wise‏:‎Enabled
Print length‏:‎340 pages
Lending‏:‎Not Enabled

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