Brown and Out

Easterbrook, Gregg
February 2001
New Republic;02/19/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 8, p20
Discusses the energy crisis in California. Reasons for the power struggles and the impact on the economy; How the regulated public utility industry remained the last stronghold of the managerial class in the U.S.; Thoughts on the decision by big California utilities to sell services; Plans to replace the central utility by localized or even house-by-house generation.


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