The New Yorker: The Plot Against Trains

May 16, 2015

Adam Gopnik of The New Yorker comments:

The horrific Amtrak derailment outside Philadelphia this week set off some predictable uncertainty about what exactly had happened – a reckless motorman? An inadequate track? A missing mechanical device? Some combination of them all? – and an even more vibrant set of arguments about the failure of Americans to build any larger for the common good.

Read Adam Gopnik’s entire commentary in The New Yorker by clicking here.



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