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The Last Energy War: The Battle Over Utility Deregulation

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A fast-paced, shoot-from-the-hip "people's history," The Last Energy War is an accessible, entertaining, and infuriating narration of how the electric power business started, how it almost bankrupted the nation, and how it is now soaking the public to pay for its trillion-dollar atomic mistake.
From the electric chair to Chernobyl, from Thomas Edison to Cleveland's "boy may
Published January 4th 2011 by Seven Stories Press (first published December 7th 1999)
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Nuclear energy is horrible and our rulers are trying to build more contaminating, killing factories.
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