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Evans, M. Stanton
August 1977
National Review Bulletin;8/12/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 31, p119
The article focuses on the energy crises in the U.S. It has been regarded that the energy crises in the country is a contrivance of the Federal Government, and that the matter may be viewed as settled. U.S. President James Earl Carter, Jr. and energy chief James Schlesinger views the situation as an energy exhaustion, wherein major fuel supplies will be depleted, and that the possible answer to this problem is a drastic change of national lifestyles, a move toward energy conservation.


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