Why We Drive: The Past, Present, and Future of Automobiles in America, Microcosm Publishing 2013, 160 pages, ISBN: 978-1621064862

Using a mixture of cartoons, photographs and text, this book examines why the U.S. has so many cars and highways, why highways produce sprawl, and why our transportation choices impact our politics, lifestyles and environment.

You can order the book (including the e-book) from the publisher or get signed copies from me by sending $10.00 (per copy, U.S. postage paid) to:
Andy Singer
2103 Berkeley Avenue
Saint Paul, MN  55105
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"Andy Singer is a graphical genius with a passion to reform the way we arrange things on the landscape -- namely the car-clogged wilderness of surburban dreck where most of us have to live. He makes this set of difficult issues easy to understand and points the way to a happier mode of existence in places that are worth caring about and worth living in. Every politician in America should study this book." --James Howard Kunstler (author of The Long Emergency and Geography of Nowhere)