A King Word for Gouging

Reynolds, Alan
July 1979
National Review;7/6/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 27, p860
This article discusses several techniques that can be used to bring into balance the supply and demand for gasoline in the U.S. There are three possible techniques to bring balance in the supply and demand for gasoline. They are the waiting line, political preference and the price system. Among these three it is the price system that is most sensible and one that would give the best chance at balancing supply and demand in the gasoline market.


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