Table of contents for Stabilizing mobility : transportation and isolation in urban America / Paul Mason Fotsch.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
I. Transportation as Antidote to Modern City
	1. The Trolley, the Automobile, and Autonomy
	2. Townless Highways and Highwayless Towns
II. German Critical Theory Meets American Cartopia
	3. The Building of a Superhighway Future at the New York World's Fair
	4. Film Noir and the Hidden Violence of Transportation in Los Angeles
III. The Public's Fears of Urban Gridlock
	5. Stories of the MTA: Contesting Meanings of Subway Space
	6. Urban Freeway Stories: Racial Politics and the Armored Automobile
Epilogue
Works Cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Transportation engineering -- United States.
City and town life -- United States.
Popular culture -- United States.