Power-Hungry America: Where Will We Get the Energy

Lapp, Ralph E.
July 1970
New Republic;7/11/70, Vol. 163 Issue 2, p17
Focuses on issues besetting power and energy resources in the U.S. Shortcomings of the government's energy and energy consumption policy; Statistics on energy consumption and production of crude oil; Threat of dwindling energy sources and supply; Call on the need for energy conservation; Appraisal of the purposes of the national energy policy; Background on several power-generating plant.


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