General Motors streetcar conspiracy theorists believe that the electric tram didn’t die a natural death; rather, it was murdered by GM and the savviness of one innovative businessman.
This evil entrepreneur had one thing on his mind: monopolizing American surface transportation.
Here’s the story of how he went about getting his way and the questionable tactics he and GM purportedly used…
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