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"Dwight Eisenhower, who had admired Hitler's autobahn and got one of his own: the tellingly titled National System of Interstate and Defense Highways. Cohesive working-class neighborhoods in countless American cities were sacrificed to the Road Warriors." Bill Kauffman.

The destruction of Detroit's Corktown is a case in point. E. Michael Jones think the construction/destruction was purposefully aimed to disrupt ethnic neighborhoods in the federal government's ongoing attempt to eliminate every mediating institution between it and the people. I don't know if Jones is right on this specific instance, but in general, he's correct. The federal government wants everything but itself and the individual eliminated.