Symbol of supply and demand

06/14/2004
If there were a single symbol of the seemingly schizophrenic US attitude toward crude oil supply and demand in recent years, it would have to be the wide-body hero of Desert Storm.No, I'm not talking about retired US Army Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf. I mean the Hummer, the popular high-priced, low-mileage, all-terrain vehicle that was introduced to US television viewers during that war. The odd-looking vehicle probably garnered more prime TV time during that conflict than Schwarzkopf and CNN star correspondent Wolf Blitzer combined as it was seen night after night roaring across sand dunes in pursuit of Iraqi forces that had invaded Kuwait.Popular vehicleIt created such a favorable imp...
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