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Although business and government asked consumers to help by conserving energy, and entrepreneurs worked on solutions, the economic crises worsened. The crisis is the lack of mental and physical energy in the worlds human population. Humans are literal There is an energy crisis.

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In fact, energy conditions the possibility of growth, which is essential to the market economy and its development model. The energy crisis could thus have a dramatic impact on the global economy. Besides, when energy markets fail, an energy shortage develops.

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This historical investigation focuses exclusively on American energy policy in the s. Revisiting the last time energy issues came to the forefront of national political discourse, the essays collected here provide new insight into the energy crisis of that decade—insights with clear implications for our present dilemmas.

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