Gasoline: Cheap at Any Price

Koss, Mitchell; Anderson, Archie
January 1979
National Review;1/19/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p100
The authors reflect on the economies of energy in the U. S. They discuss the ways of the government in dealing with the energy crisis and the policies to punish or to protect the petroleum industry. They also discuss the need for the development of a process for converting coal to oil and for the industry to be allowed to be competitive.


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