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Globe Editorial

Coal miner's nation

August 23, 2007

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LATE IN HIS presidency, George Bush finally brought himself to lament the nation's addiction to oil. But neither he nor leading Democratic politicians have ever rallied the country to break its addiction to a more lethal form of energy: coal, which supplies half the nation's electricity. (Full article: 457 words)

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