Zagorin, Adam
January 2001
Speculates on the energy policy of United States President George W. Bush. Discussion of Spencer Abraham, Bush's choice to head the Energy Department; Thought that the U.S. government should not play a role in California's energy crisis; How Bush would like to eliminate some environmental policies; Outlook.


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