Lessons forgotten from days of long gas lines

Nelson, Martin E.
June 1999
Christian Science Monitor;6/14/99, Vol. 91 Issue 138, p9
Discusses how the United States' dependence on foreign oil is putting it at economic and political risk. The need for an honest reassessment of US energy policy; The need for a substantial increase in federal investment to promote energy efficiency; The magnitude of the problem.


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