California Dreaming

December 1973
New Republic;12/22/73, Vol. 169 Issue 25, p4
Presents information on the prospect of energy shortage in the United States. View that Los Angeles, California will be hit badly due to the gasoline shortage; Increase of fuel consumption by automobiles and buildings; Discussion on the declining condition of economy; Statement that oil supplies are getting short in the world's new era of scarcity; Nostalgia over the days before motorized devices and equipment.


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