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19 - The U.S. Synthetic Fuels Corporation: Policy Consistency, Flexibility, and the Long-Term Consequences of Perceived Failures

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Further Reading

There are two excellent book chapters on the U.S. synthetic fuels program in books by Cohen and Noll (1991) and Deutch and Lester (2004).

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