Rick Prelinger

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Filmmaker and archivist 

Rick Prelinger on KCRW

Despite all the problems presented by the car, it still represents personal freedom and mobility.

No More Road Trips?

Despite all the problems presented by the car, it still represents personal freedom and mobility.

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