A Cowardly Failure

August 1979
New Republic;8/4/79-8/11/79, Vol. 181 Issue 5/6, p6
Criticizes United States President Jimmy Carter's energy program to address the nation's energy problems. Two real components of Carter's six-point program; Need to remove the price controls from domestically produced crude oil; Author's view that the decontrol of gasoline prices would immediately reduce consumption and encourage conservation; Flaws in Carter's energy program; Effects of the energy crisis on demand for imported oil; Synthetic fuel plan of the Carter administration.


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