Letters on Liberty: The freedom of the open road
Hilton Holloway reflects on the history of British roads, from Roman strategic routes to the organic lanes and hollow ways cut by cart wheel and human foot throughout the ages. Nothing has done more for the aspirations of the working class than the automobile, he argues, and today’s aversion to the road – and the car – fails to recognise the freedom that access to motor transport has given us.
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