The Enemy is Ourselves

April 1977
New Republic;4/30/77, Vol. 176 Issue 18, p2
Comments on the leadership of U.S. President Jimmy Carter. Advocacy of the President for preserving energy; Efforts of the President in increasing the supply of oil for consumption in the country; Opposition on the increase of gasoline taxes; Comparison of present economic conditions of the U.S. with that during and after the First and the Second World War.


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