Sources: Oil: A Cultural and Geographic Encyclopedia of Black Gold

Paul MacLennan

Abstract


In the winter of 2015, as this review is being written, the price of gasoline is plummeting in the United States and what this will mean for the individual, community, and country for the immediate future but also in years to come is unknown. There are a wide range of implications in politics, economics, and international relations as well as effects on what the individual pays for everyday groceries. It is therefore important that libraries provide their communities with the resources that include information and discussion on how energy and its monetary value interact with society.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5860/rusq.54n4.83a

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