Market Power

November 2009
National Review;11/2/2009, Vol. 61 Issue 20, p52
In this article the author offers his views on government intervention in energy markets. The author criticizes the conservatives' belief that the anxiety that the U.S.'s reliance on foreign petroleum leaves the U.S. vulnerable to disruptions in the supply chain. The article also discusses clean coal technology and nuclear power.


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