Congress May Approve the Keystone XL Pipeline, but History Shows How the Debate Has Shifted Against Energy Producers
by Matthew K. Kahn
That sound you hear is the dying gasp of a partisan position that is growing more and more untenable from both a political and scientific perspective.
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