The Great holiday massacre

United States, 1951

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Survey of the causes and possible ‘Cures” of the gigantic traffic accident problem. Factors include high blood alcohol content; discourtesy; inexperience in younger drivers; disobedience of the law; carelessness; and speed. Illustrates these factors, explains self-inflicted deaths, and pin-points danger spots. Includes problems of convicting drunk drivers; improving care and road safety and suggests partial solutions.

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Palmer Williams

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Carousel Films



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