Great American Cars
Great American cars have changed the major aspects of our lives, and rapidly developing world. As one of man's most coveted objects and most powerful fantasy symbols, the car has always been much more than a machine, a mere means of transport and there is no part of our lives--social, economic, political, cultural, and indeed, sexual--that has not been touched and deeply influenced by the automobile (Pettifer and Turner 12). It is easy to see that the automobile has changed in appearance and structure by just glancing at an ad on television. However, the reasoning that they have changed, is because of Americans. In turn, they have had, and still have many influences on our world. The demand for automobiles started to go up after they came into existence, the auto industry grew since people bought more of them, and this gave us more freedom to live, work, and develop suburbs (World Book 946).
The automobile is so amazing with respect to the fact that they changed us so drastically:
What makes the history of the car so compelling . . . is how much it has changed us. The car is arguably the greatest catalyst of social change that the world has known . . . It has shaped man's environment, created opportunities for work and leisure, travel, and romance. It has also killed and polluted to an appalling degree. (Pettifer and Turner 108)
Little did we know that this new contraption would soon be one of the biggest inventions known to mankind?
The car has helped the economy greatly. Firstly, it's easy to see that these new machines were going to be mass-produced if there was a huge demand for them, which there was. If something is going to be massed produced, than workers are...