9 Secrets Of Traffic Safety comic books 1956-1969
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Produced by the Automotive Safety Foundation in cooperation with the President's Committee for Traffic Safety. By the early 1960s, the average yearly death toll due to traffic accidents was about 38 million -- in 1962, the fatality toll reached a record of 41,000! We believe this comic was made sometime during 1962-1963, as the Kennedy administration is referenced, but not Johnson's. There's also a possibility that it was released around the time of President Johnson's approval of Public Law 88-515 (which codified certain car safety standards) on August 30, 1964. B&W, 16 pages, standard paper stock.