Talking Back to Trudeau

August 1981
National Review;8/7/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p880
The article presents a commentary on the discriminatory energy program imposed by Canada. It discusses the provisions of the program and its impact of American-owned companies. It cites American oil companies who were forced to sell their operations in Canada to Canadian companies because of the program. It states the suggestion of American oil companies to the government to retaliate against Canadian oil companies. It recommends some actions that the U.S. president can do address the issue.


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