(May 23, 2012) Pultizer Prize-winning journalist Paul Ingrassia discusses his book "Engines of Change." The book examines the social and cultural impact of 15 cars in the United States and how they influenced and reflected the country's development.
The Revs Program at Stanford was founded to inspire a new field that connected the past, present and future of the automobile. The program is focused on the human experiences that are involved in the process of creating and using an automobile.
Revs Program at Stanford
The Center for Automotive Research at Stanford
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