Commoner, Barry
April 1979
New Yorker;4/30/1979, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p46
The author reflects on other possible sources of energy, which will be needed to resolve the energy crisis in the world. He refers to solar energy, nuclear power, and fusion power as the potential components for the crisis management system. He resolves that solar transition would be the best method of answering energy crisis. Moreover, he is saddened about the failure of the government to produce an energy policy that could efficiently manage energy and inflation issues.


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