Ending the Energy Binge

Udall, Morris K.
June 1973
New Republic;6/16/73, Vol. 168 Issue 24, p12
Offers solutions to the energy crisis in the United States. Need of permanent, renewable, clean and large-scale energy sources that consume nothing and pollute nothing; Use of fossil fuels; Need to insist on government policies that encourage smaller cars with smaller engines; President Richard Nixon's suggestion to create an office of energy conservation to spark voluntary programs in the private sector; Introduction of the Highway Trust Fund to help cities pay for subways and buses.


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