November 8, 2012

Why Cheap U.S. Energy Is the Death of U.S. Power

Matt Hulbert, Forbes


Slate

Good. U.S. elections are out the way. It’s back to the serious business of government. Following years of anxiety over the seemingly inexorable rise of China and the relative fall of the U.S., many now expect that the energy boom in America is going to adjust the balance back in Washington’s favor. . .

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