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What should be the energy policy of the United States?

What should be the energy policy of the United States?

National debate topic for high schools 1978-1979, pursuant to Public Law 88-246.

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Recent Speeches. than 80 percent of the energy consumed in the United States comes from oil, natural gas, or coal. For each source, several factors determine how vulnerable the nation is to a disruption in its supply: The extent to which disruptions occurring anywhere in the.

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sustaining an open system of trade that will promote domestic prosperity. keeping the widening gap between rich and poor countries from destabilizing the global economy. The United States faces energy shortages and increasing energy prices within the next few decades (Duncan ).Coal, petroleum, natural gas, and other mined fuels provide 75% of US electricity and 93% of other US energy needs ().On average, every year each American uses ab kilowatt-hours (kWh), equivalent to liters of oil, for all Cited by:   The United States Will Be Shocked by Its Future The only thing that’s clear about the changing world order is that Americans can shape their role in.

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