Wednesday, July 13, 2011

An Unsettling Look at the Early Marketing of the Two-Car Household

Around the Streetsblog Network today:
Gender Equality and the Origins of the Two-Car Household: The 1950s were heady days for car makers. Americans had just begun their mass migration to the suburbs, and the promise of idyllic lifestyles came with an implicit tradeoff: complete car-dependency. This had the unintended effect of isolating wives and mothers in [...]

Source: http://streetsblog.net/2011/07/11/an-unsettling-look-at-the-early-marketing-of-the-two-car-household/

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