Oil Crisis is the Price We Pay

Editorial says, 'Calling Alaskan oil energy independence is short-sighted and unrealistic'.

Published: 31-Mar-2005

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Keeping all of the nation's wilderness areas, refuges, scenic areas and forests free from development is a worthwhile goal.

But economic realism also has to be taken into account, especially as it relates to the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge and the present energy crisis.

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