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The bottom line: U.S. needs to tap oil reserves (access required)

Rising global oil prices lead to significant and adverse economic consequences for the United States. Within one week last month, oil prices rose by almost $4 a barrel. America continues to be dependent on the Middle East and unstable regimes for its oil supply, despite the fact that we have enormous, yet untapped reserves in ...

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