The Real Price of Oil

Rubenstein, Ed
September 1990
National Review;9/17/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p15
Focuses on the factors that influence the market price of oil in the United States. Political stability in the Middle East following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait; Shift from manufacturing to a service economy rather than increased conservation efforts; Substitution of alternative fuels.


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