In 1954, L.A.’s new freeway system set the stage for future traffic nightmares. Here, a writer unwittingly extolls the “spectacularly successful” solutions to one sprawling More
About: Frank J. Taylor
Frank J. Taylor (1928-1972) was a writer for magazines and newspapers. He wrote for The Saturday Evening Post, Reader's Digest, Country Gentlemen, and Collier's.
Executive Order 9066 relocated all Americans of Japanese ancestry to internment camps. Along the West Coast, the order gave white business owners a chance to More
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, men went off to fight. Women became essential on the factory floor as industrial production soared to More