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Piggybacking on oil

30 March 2011 By Christopher Swann

Every president since Nixon has aimed to curb America’s foreign oil addiction. Obama is almost sure to have more success. Energetic pumping and peaking gasoline demand are cutting imports even without Washington’s nudge. But without a carbon price, progress will only go so far.

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