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The Half-Life of Policy Rationales
I'll tell you how to solve Los Angeles' traffic problem. Just take all the cars off the road that aren't paid for. -Will Rogers American children first learn about free parking when they play Monopoly. Players buy houses, build hotels, or go to jail after a toss of the dice, and sometimes they land on "Free Parking." When children grow up and get their own cars, their odds of landing on free parking increase dramatically because drivers park free for 99 percent of all automobile trips in thedoi:10.18574/nyu/9780814729243.003.0008 fatcat:x2rhsmcv3na3nle6txqzha5pyq