The SUV: To Be or not to Be?
Higher percentage of rollovers than any other vehicle; pollute far more than other cars; and use far too much gas; these are the most commonly said statements regarding the ever so popular Sport Utility Vehicle. Each statement arises from different groups of people, some who oppose the supposed dangers of the vehicles, and others who are against anything that desecrates our natural surroundings and others who feel SUV's are the major reason behind the United States relying on foreign countries as an only source for oil.
In the case of John Braggs, author of The American Dream: Why Environmentalists Attack the SUV, he argues for rather than against these acclaimed "death machines." The main points that he discusses include the "vehicles advantage in safety, cargo space and the fact that they have the power that Americans demand" (465).
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