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Barbara Kates-Garnick

Presidential politics and the price of energy

By Barbara Kates-Garnick
February 4, 2008

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WITH THE economy tanking on the eve of Super Tuesday, what should the presidential candidates candidly be saying about the cost of transforming the energy sector of our economy while still achieving overall economic growth? Over the last 30 years, urgency about energy has been cyclical, sparked by crises abroad and our nation's addiction to oil. (Full article: 759 words)

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