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Counter-attack against the 'safe speed' lobby in the Times
10.03.09 by Buffalo Bill

Ross Clark fires a polemical broadside:

The assertion that tighter motoring law is tantamount to dictatorship is further confused by a paradox. The world’s most illiberal regimes happen to have some of the most anarchic and dangerous of roads, while the most liberal nations tend to have the strictest traffic enforcement and safest roads.

Not sure if that’s a causal relationship there, but, wow, nice line. More here.

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