Zap Zarb

December 1975
National Review;12/5/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 47, p1334
The article comments on the anti-energy bill in the United States, which aims to reduce the price of domestic crude oil until after the 1976 elections. The author notes that people are bound to ask why it is accepted public policy to pay a much higher price for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries oil than they are willing to pay their own domestic producers. The best person to answer this is Energy Chief Frank Zarb, who advised U.S. President Gerald Ford to sign the bill.


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