AVOIDING ENERGY POLICY MISTAKES

Once again, an oil crisis has aroused U.S. concern over energy policy. Well it should. But two observations from history are in order: The U.S. seldom acts on energy except during crises. And energy initiatives taken during crises usually fail.

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