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Crude Oil Prices

Paul Davidson ()

Challenge, 2008, vol. 51, issue 4, 110-118

Abstract: Is there a way to lower oil prices? Yes, says this author. First, we acknowledge that speculation has driven prices up to current levels. Then, we—the U. S. government—sell oil into the market. Read on.

Date: 2008
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