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Question 1 Lutz argues that the car system redistributes wealth upward, magnifying inequality. A) True. This is straight from the text, p. 102. B) False. C) It is hard to tell.
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Question 2 Lutz argues that interest rates on car loans are racially biased. A) True. This is also straight from the text. See p. 117. B) False. C) It is hard to tell.
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Question 3 Lutz says that salaries of oil and auto company executives are the centerpiece of how the car system redistributes wealth up to the top. A) True. B) False. While important. Lutz says that CEO salaries are
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Unformatted text preview: not the key feature of the car culture that transfers wealth upward. See p. 121. Question 4 Detroit spends twice as much as Toronto on roads, while Toronto spends eight times as much as Detroit on public transit. As a result: A) Detroit residents spend more than Toronto residents to get around. From the text, p. 126. B) Toronto residents spend more than Detroit residents to get around. C) Neither A nor B. Question 5 Does Lutz address the relationship between public investment in roads and white flight? A) Yes. See p. 115. B) No....
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