Short Metal Posts and the Tyranny of Black Gold

Nolan, James
September 2003
North American Review;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 288 Issue 5, p39
This article is about the economic situation in Madrid, Spain and the changes brought by the oil and petroleum industry to the world. Characteristics of the city of Madrid; Efforts of the Green Party members to ban private automobile from the center of the city; Role of car and oil companies in the U.S. on the dismantling of public transportation systems.


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