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How to do what’s environmentally unescapable but politically impossible

For over 100 years the automobile has been a symbol and guarantor of individual freedom. Having a car, even when it sits in a garage, makes you free. Today this idea is challenged. Are you really free when you sit in a traffic jam? Are you free when you drive a nicer car than you can afford? Do you feel free when you know that your car may be one the primary causes of the climate catastrophe?

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