The Feds vs. the Chinatown Bus: The Glorious Rebirth of American Bus Travel & Why the Gov't May Ruin it Again


The long-distance busing industry was originally dominated by small scrappy companies competing fiercely to win over customers, only to become a government-protected cartel with declining ridership and all the competitive spirit of Ma Bell. A half-century later, busing returned to its glorious origins, but today it's in danger becoming a ward of the state once more.