With his mandate, Kerr Scott started one of the nation’s largest road building programs, designed to pave the thousands of dirt roads that most country people used. Scott used all his political skills to overcome a hostile legislature, oil companies, and the cities who didn’t want all the road money spent in the rural areas.
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