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Energy Independence March 30, 2008

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Nuclear Power PlantThe best answer, while conservation is worthy in itself, is to try to make us independent of outside sources to the greatest extent possible for our energy.

Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session on the Program for Economic Recovery at a Breakfast for Newspaper and Television News Editors, February 19, 1981

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1. sarah green - October 6, 2008

I love the idea of energy independence. And I’m glad people now see our dependence on oil as problem. Together we can change that.

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