Attempting to find a source that discussed massive public works projects through a visual or historical lense proved to be difficult. However, I came across many journals and Newspaper articles that focused on the “Freeway Revolt”. There was a specific peer reviewed journal that displayed many photos of inner city neighborhoods (mostly poor or Black) being destroyed to make way for the Interstate Highway system. The Journal dubbed it the “We must destroy you to save you” mentality, suggesting that tearing out older neighborhoods for the sake of automobilty may have not been the path to a better tomorrow that President Eisenhower envisioned that it had. This article was particularly interesting to me because it displayed the negative side of an otherwise positively viewed public works undertaking. It will be useful in my research in determining the change in public opinion toward the Interstate system in terms of its impact on local communities rather than the nation as a whole. While we cannot view the system as a whole in anything other than a map, the article showed public outrage in local communities through riot pictures, data charts, and political cartoons.