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Reclaiming the street for Real Americans

Michael O'Hare, professor of public policy | December 2, 2014

Some things are central to being a Real American, things that make us the best country; others are not.  In the first category are driving alone anywhere I want;  with light traffic, few stoplights, and no tolls, pedestrians, or bicycles; parking free when I get there; and two-dollar gasoline.  The way things were for a … Continue reading »