Snarl :in defense of stalled traffic and faulty networks
- Ruth Austin Miller
- The University of Michigan Press, 2013
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The author invites readers into a self-contained history of constitutionalism through a focused discussion of automobile traffic congestion in Paris, Istanbul, and Boston. In doing so, she proposes a radical mechanical rearticulation of three of the most basic principles of democracy: vitality, mobility, and liberty.