Reagan and Big Oil

Jaroslovsky, Rich
May 1981
New Republic;5/2/81, Vol. 184 Issue 18, p16
Presents information on the U.S. President Ronald Reagan's new terms to sped decontrol of crude oil prices and set the wheels in motion for a new natural gas deregulation effort. Support of petroleum companies to cure the nation's energy ills; View that Reagan administration has retained and magnified the former U.S. President Jimmy Carter's administration policies that used price as a weapon to bludgeon the nation into using less fuel; Reference to the energy situation in the U.S. as a symptom of the nation's economic problem.


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