No quick tonic for energy ailment

October 2000
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;10/02/2000, Issue 322676, p30
Asserts the need for the United States government to develop an energy policy which will address the country's energy problems. Lack of public policy which addresses the energy requirements of the U.S.; Criticisms against solons for overlooking the need for strategic future planning; Factors that further aggravate the energy problems of the U.S.


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