Surveys the rapid growth of transportation in the United States from the times when the world’s peoples were kept apart by great natural barriers to the present day when jet aircraft span the continent in a few hours. Reviews the development of the vast network of railroads, highways, and air routes in the United States, and describes the economic and social significance of modern transportation facilities.
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