A Perfect Vehicle for Criticism

Friday, November 14, 2008

Transcript

If the car has a special place in the American psyche then the oft-maligned car critic is the force behind that narrative. In 2004, Brooke reflected on the business of car criticism with the Oscar Wilde of auto reviewers, the Los Angeles Times' car critic Dan Neil, shortly after his Pulitzer Prize win.

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