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Council of Planning Librarians exchange bibliography

March 1974



A Selected Bibliography of Non-Technical Materials

Nan C. Burg, Librarian

Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs

Mrs. Mary Vance, Editor
Post Office Box 229
Monticello, Illinois 61856

COimCIL OF FLAMING LIBRARIES Exchange Bibliography #5^0



Nan C. Burgj Librarian
Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs


P. 0. Box 155

Harri-sburg, Pennsylvania 17120


1. Current nature 2

2. Background on energy resources; economical,

environmental and political considerations 9

3. Surveys and estimates of energy deposits and

reserves 23


1. Federal policy level 27

2. State, industrial and citizen response 3li


1. Long-term conservation and environmental impact 1^3

2. Fuel for transportation; need, allocation and

environmental impact $1

3. Energy reserves in Alaska and the Artie 52
U. Fiining of coal, oil and gasj econondc, social

and environmental aspects $^

5. Nuclear and thermal energy 59

2. CPL Exchange Bibliography #5^0



1. Current nature ;

Abelson, P. H. "Continuing Increase in Use of Energy," Science ,
May 21, 1971.

. "Energy Conservation," ibid., October 27, 1972.

. "Scarcity of Energy," ibid., September 2$, 197C.

Abrahamson, D. E. "Overview: Energy," 3 parts. Environment ,
January, March, J\ine 1973.

_. "Some Energy Newsletters," Environment, July 1973 •

Alessio, Frank J. "Is There an Energy Crisis Ahead: For the
Environment?" Arizona Review , A.pril 1972.

American Mining Congress. The Energy Crisis . Washington,
D.C., 1972.

Bagge, Carl E. "Electric Powers An Industry in Crisis and
Transition," Public Utilities Fortnightly . June h, 1970.

Battelle Memorial Institute. A Review and Comparison of

Selected U.S. Energy Forecasts , prepared for the Executive
Office of the President, Office of Science and Technclcgy,
Energy Policy Staff. Washington, D.C., 1969.

Bengelsdorf, Irving. "Are We Rimning Out of Fuel?" National
Wildlife , February Aiarch 1971.

Bennett, Ralph Kinney. "Why We Have a Fuel and Power Short-
age," Readers Digest. January 1971.

Berreby, Jean-Jacques, "About That Arab Oil... Does the U.S.
Really Need It?" Atlas , September 1970.

Bradshaw, Thornton F. "Power Crisis - Electricity, Oil, C»al,"
U.S._News and World Report, May 10, 1971.

Brown, Vincent M. "Energy - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?"
Urban Land . July/ August 1973.

3. CPL Exchange Bibliography #550

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists . "Energy Crisis; Symposium,"
3 parts, September, October, November 1971.

. "Energy Crisis| Symposiumi Discussion, 2 parts,
March, liay 1972.

Bunyard, Peter, "The Power Crisis," Ecologist , October 1970.

Business Week. "Error That Hid a Fuel-Oil Shortage," December
2, 1972.

"Europe Teeters on the Oil Tight rrpe," October

20, 1^73.

"Oil Is Taking Over the Energy Business," November

7, 1970.

"A Povrer Crisis Can Bring Layoffs," November

10, 1973.

. "The Scramble for Oil Is On," October 20, 1973.

"Shortages Threaten the Japanese Boom," November

10, 1973.

. "TfJhy the Oil Giants Are Under the Gun: Special

Report," October 25, 1969.

. "IJhy Utilities Can't Meet Demand," November 29, 1969.

California Journal . "California and the Energy Crisis," June 1973.

Cambel, Ali B. "Inpact of Energy Demands," Physics Today ,
December 1970.

Changing Times . "This Energy Crisis, Is It Real?" October 1972.

Chemical and Sn^neering News. "Soviet Union Faces 1970 Energy
Deficit," November 2U, 1969.

Congressional Quarterly . "End Import Quotas | Decontrol Gas
Prices," April 21, 1973.

. "Energy Crisis in America," March 1973.

• "Energy Crisis? Fact of Life for llillions in.

1973," February 3, 1973.

, "Povjer Problems: Consultation Up, Supplies Short,"

September 18, 1973.

Consulting Engineer . "Energy: How Critical Is the Crisis."

h. CPL Exchange Bibliography jiS^O

Cook, Donald C. "Is an Energy Crisis Inevitable?" Public
Utilities Fortnightly , August 16, 1973.

Curtis, Carl T. "The Energy Crisis - Real or Imagined?"
Nebraska Municipal Review , Apidl 1971.

Dole, H. M. "America's Energy Needs," address, January 12,
1971, Vital Speeches , March 15, 1971.

Dorsey, Robert T. "An Extension of the Energy Crisis: More
Light on Lighting," AIA Journal , June 1972.

Ehrich, Thomas Lindley. "Power Crisis," Wall Street Journal ,
June 2, 1970.

Ehrlich, Paul R. "Energy Crisis," Saturday Review , August 7, 1971.

Engineering News-Record . "E Is for Crises - Environmental
and Energy," January 25, 1973.

. "Energy Surplus Era Ends for West," October 11, 1973.

Faltermeyer, Edmund. "The Energy 'Joyride' Is Overj Technology
and Good Sense Can Stretch Our Resources - but Only a
Big Breakthrough Can Bring Back Cheap Fuel and Power,"
Fortune- September 1972,

Flieger, H. "Fill 'Er up. Maybe," U.S. News and Uorld Report .
July 23, 1973.

Forbes . "Energy Yardsticks of Management Performance,"
January 1, 1971.

. "Gasoline at $1 a Gallon?" Forbes, October 1, 1972.

. "Is the Cupboard Bare?" January 1, 1971.

Fortune . "Alert That Uasn't Soundedj Overdue Energy Message,"
May 1973.


Energy," April 1972.

Frank, Helmut J. "Is There an Energy Crisis Ahead: For
Arizona?" Arizona Review , April 1972.

Freeman, S. David. "Blame Uncle Sam - Not Mother Nature -
for Fuel Shortages," Public Power , March/April 1973.

'Energy J Drain on ijnerica First?" Excerpts from

address January 25, 1973, Science , February 1973.
Reply , R. D. Stieglitz, June 29, 197li.

5. CPL Exchange Bibliography #550

Gambs, Gerard C. "Energy Crisis Grows as I^iels Diminish,"
Engineering News-Record j August 3? 1972.

Gardner, Stephen L. "Natural Gas - Its Impending Shortage

and Potential Abundance," Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,
Business Review , January 1971.

Grata, Joe. "PennDot Gas Runs Lowj Road Jobs Could Stall,"
Pittsburgh Press, October 21, 1973.

Graves, R. "Power Resources," life, December 11, 1970.

HaxjkLns, Clark A. "Is There an Energy Crisis Ahead: For the
Nation?" Arizona Review , April 1972.

Holden, C. "Energy: Shortages Loom, but Conservation Lags,"
Science , J\me 15^ 1973.

Illinois State Geological Society. Power and the Environment -
a Potential Crisis in Energy Supply , Urbana, 1970,

Illinois State Geological Survey. Power and the Environment;
A Potential Crisis in Energy Supply , by Hubert E. Risser,
Urbana, 1970.

Keenan, B. "Energy Crisis and Its Meaning for American Culture, V
Christian Century , July 18, 1973.

Kelly, Peter M. "The Power Crisis and the Counties," American
County , 1 larch 1973.

Laird, W. M. "Energy: A Scarcity of All Kinds," address
March 5, 1970, Vital Speeches , Apiil 15, 1970.

Landsberg, H. H. and S. H. Shurr. Energy in the United States .
New York: Random House, 1968.

Lapp, Ralph E. and R. IJ. Dietsch. "Burning up Our Resources,"
New Republic , June 26, 1971.

Lear, John. "No Energy to Waste," Saturday Review , July 3, 1971.

_^ . "Year of the Firefly," ibid., January 1, 1972.

Levy, Maury. "Are We Running Out of Everything? Yes."
Philadelp ^ hia , October 1973.

LLversidge, Anthony. "Not Enough Gas in the Pipeline,"
Fortune, November 1969.

McCloskey, H. "Energy Crisis: Views of an Environmentalist,"
address, June 15, 1971, Vital Speeches , August 1, 1971.

6. CPL Exchange Bibliography #550

McCracken, Paul U. "The U.S. Fuel and j^nergy Situation,"
Conference Board Rscordj liarch 1971.

McLean, J. G. "U.S. Energy Outlook," address September 21,
1972, Vital Speeches , ilovember l5, 1972.

Main, Jeremy. "A Peak Load of Trouble for the Utilities,"
Fortune , Movember 1969.

Mayor, La'wrence A. "\lhy the U.S. Is in an 'Energy Crisis' -
the Era of Cheap Fuel Is Overs An Unhappy Convergence -
of Events Threatens a Bleak I.dnter for Utilities, Indus-
try and Homeowners," Fortune , November 1970.

Morgello, Clem. "Watergate and Oil," I'leiTSueek , Ilovember 19^ 1973*

Nassikas, John M. "Will This Summer's Power Needs be Met?"
interviexT, U.S. News and World Report , July 2U, 1972.

Nation . "Energy Crisiss Second Look," February 19, 1973.

National Journal Reports . "Energy Policies emd Problems,"

October 13, 1973. Most of issue. Contents; 1. An over-
viewj 2. Immediate problems j 3. Reorganizing government j
ii. The research structure] 5. Searching for net; sourcesj
6. Foreign relations.

National Review . "Man-Made Energy Crunch," June 8, 1973.

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Research
Division, Dimensions of the Kational PoiTer Crisis;
Basic Information in Question-and-Answer Form for the
Consumer-Oxmers, Ofilcers, Directors a:id Staffs of Rural
Electric Utility Systems, ivasliington, D.C., 1971>
research paper #71-3.

. The Electric Power Crisis: Its Impact on Workers

and Consumers , prepared by Stanley H. Rxittenberg and
Associates, ibid.

National Science Foundation. An Assessment of the National

Energy Problem , by Jesse C. Denton. Washington, D.C., 1971.

The U.S. Energy Problem, by Intertechnolpgy

Corporation, ibid., 2 vol.

Nations Business . "Can We Meet the Expanding Need for Energy?"
November 1969.

. "Heading off an Energy Crisis," July 197L.

7. CPL Exchange Bibliography #550
Newsweek . "America's Energy Crisis," January 22, 1973.

"Down Go the Thermostats," November 19, 1973.
"Energy Supply," July 9, 1973.
"Facing up to Cold Reality," November 19, 1973.
"Oil Torture: Drip, Drip, Drip," November 5> 1973.
"Running Out of Everything, " November 19, 1973 .

Oil and Gas Journal . "All Signs Pointing to an Energy Crisis
Soon," July 27, 1970.

Olds, F. C. 'fuel Crisis?" Power Engineering , January 1971.

Park, Charles F., Jr. Affluence In Jeopardy . San Francisco:
Freeman, Cooper, 1968.

Petroleum Situation . "The Petroleum Situation, " in remarks
of Clifford P. Hansen, Congressional Record , September

5, 1969, S10218-10219.

Phillips, James C. "Fuel Shortages," Editorial Research ,
Reports , 1970, V2 #lk>

Quale, Bruce. "Communicating the Energy Crisis," P\iblic
Utilities Fortnightly , July 5, 1973.

Radin, Alex. "Fuel Shortages Spread," Public PotTOr , August 1970.

Rand Corporation. G rotring Demand for Energy . Santa Monica,
California, 1972.

Rickenbacker, ¥, F. "Energy Crisis," National Review , June
9, 1972.

Ridgeway, James . The Last Play; The Struggle to Monopoli ze
the World's Energy Resources . New York: Dutton, 1973*

Roberts, Marc J. "Is There an Energy Crisis?" Public Interest ,
Spring 1973.

Rogers, Walter E. "Is There a National Shortage of Gas in

Our Future?" Public Utilities Fortnightly , March 26, 1970,

Saugen, Olaf R. "Baby - It'll Be Cold Inside This Winter,"
Philadelphia Inquirer , October 21, 1973 •

Schiller, R. "It's Time to Face Energy Crisis," Readers Digest ,
January 1973.

8. CPL Exchange Bibliograpty #550

Schmandt, Jurgen. One Aspect of the Energy Crisis; The Un -
balanced State of Energy R&D , Lyndon B. Johns en School
of Public Affairs, Austin, Texas, 1972.

Science News . "Judging the Energy Crisis," November Ih, 1970.

Shell Oil Company, Inc. Shell Assesses the Haticnal Fuel
Supply Problem . Neif York, 1971.

Sherrill, Robert. 'Power Play," Playbqy , May 1971.

Shumway, F. R. "Energy Crisis," address December 10, 1970,
Vital Speeches , January 15^ 1971 «

Simon, Jack A. "The Impending Energy Crisis: A Look at the
Coming Decade," Illinois Bu si ness Reviev7 , June 1972.

Swearingen, John E. "The Energy Dilemma," HighX'Tay User , May 1973.

Tanner, James C. "Shrinking Supplies: Natural Gas Shortage
Is Likely to Continue Despite Rising Prices," Hall
Street Journal , April 12, 1971.

Time. "Energy Crisis - Are ¥e Running Cut?" June 12, 1972.

. "Enersr Crisis - Time for Action," May 7, 1973.

Udall, M. K. "Ending the Energy Binge," New Republic , June .
16, 1973.

Udall, Stewart L. "The Last Traffic Jam, " The Atlantic Monthly,
October 1972.

U. S. Congress. House Committee en Interior and Insular Affairs.
Selected Readings on the Fuela and Energy Crisis ,
Washington, D.C., 1972.

U. S. Congress. House Select Committee on Small Business.
Impact of t he Energy and Fuel Crisis on Small Business ,
Report #91-1751, 1970.

n. S. Congress. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular
Affairs. Current Fuel Shortages , Hearings, February 1
and 22, 1973, 2 parts. Committee Print #93-i4 (92-39).

9. CPL Exchange Bibliography #5^0

U. S. Nexjs and World Report . "As the U.S. Runs Low on Oil and
Gas/' March 27, 1972.

. 'Danger of More Pot-jer 'Blackouts,'" April 20, 1970.

. "Higher Prices for Oil - I'ho Will Get Hit?"

March 1, 1971.

. "Power Broxjnouts This Summerj Areas on the Danger

List," April 10, 1970.

U. S. Office of Emergency Preparedness. Survey of Electric
Power Problems , Washington, D.C., 1971.

Vicker, Ray. "Fight Over Fuel," Wall Street Journal , February it,

Wagner, W. F. "Energy Conservation: A Potential Disaster

Starts Getting the Attention It Deserves," Architectural
Record , September 1972.

Warren, Frank M. "Facing the Energy Challenge," Public
Utilities Fortnightly , March 29, 1973.

Wicklein, John. 'Where Will You Be When the Lights Go Out -
Again?" Washington Monthly , September 1969.

Wilpers, John. "The Energy Crisis; Who's in Charge Here?"
GovBrnment Executive, February 1973 •


Abelson, P. H. "Enersr and National Security," Science , March 2,

. "Intertwined Societal Problems," ibid.. May 5, 1972.

Abrahams, P. P. "Balancing Environment and Energy Needs,"
Current , April 1973.

Advisory Commission Intergovernmental Relations . Quest for

Environmental Quality. Federal and State Action, 1969-70 .
Report M-62. Washington, D.C., April 1971.

Altman, Manfred, Maria Telkes and Martin Wolf. The Energy-
Res ources and Electric Power Situation in the United States .
Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971.

10, CPL Exchange Bibliography #5^0

American Gas Association. The Natural Gas Supply Problem .
New York, 1971.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics . Energy in
the Urban Environment , by David L. Morrison, et. al.
Paper #71-526, 1971.

American Mining Congress. Goal Division. Report en Coal
Technology - 1969 . 2 vol., VJashington, D.C., 1969.

American Petroleum Institute. Committee on Public Affairs.
Bibliography of Energy and Fuels . Nctt York, I96I.

. The Energy Supply Problem . Washington, D.C., 1970.

. Petroleum Facts and Figures. Annual.

Anderson, Robert 0. "Energy and Environment Need Not Be In

Conflict," Catalyst for Environmental Quality , Vol. Ill #2,

Appalachia . "The Demand for Energy and Appalachia's Coal,"
Theme of issue, February /March 1972.

Areskoug, Ka j . "U.S. Oil Import Quotas and JJational Income,"
Southern Economic Journal , January 1971.

Armstead, H.C.H. "Geothermal Heat Costs," Energr International ,
February 1969.

Bagge, Carl E. "Broadening the Supply Base of the Gas Indus tiy, "
Public Utilities Fortnightly , March 26, 1970.

"Cne Dimensional Land Use Legislation: A Threat

to National Energr Development, " Natural Resources La^ryer ,
Winter 1973.

Bailey, Elizabeth E. 'Peak-load Pricing Under Regulatory

Restraint," Journal of Political Econony , July /August 1972.

Battelle Memorial Institute. A Brief Overview of the Energy-
Requirements of the Department of Defense . Columbus, Ohio,

Blackett, George H. "Measuring Raw Materials Needs to the Year
2000," Conference Board Record , January 1971.

Boffey, P. M. "Energy Crisis: Environmental Issue Exacerbates
Power Supply Problem," Science , June 26, 1970.

Branch, Melville C. "Oil Extraction, Urban Environment and City
Planning," A IP Journal, May 1972.

11. CPL Exchange Bibliograpt^r #550

Braymer, Daniel T . The Controlled Energy Growth Concept; The
National Econony and Prospects for Power . New York:
National Electrical Manufacturers Association, 1971.

BroTimniller, Susan. "Con Ed's Charles Luce: All Pcni-jer
(Sometimes) to the People," New York Times x^^azine ,
April 12, 1970.

Business ¥eek . "The Coal Industry Makes a Dramatic Comeback,"
November h, 1972.

. "The High Price of More Electric Power, "

August 10, 1972.

"The Hot Battle Over National Gas Controls,"

October 20, 1973.

"New Clout for a Cow Tox-m, " (Calgary, Alberta),

November 10, 1973.

. "The Politics Behind the New Oil Hunt," March 6, 1971.

. "What the Oil Cutbacks VJill Cost," October 27, 1963.

Changing Times . "Conserve Energy and Save Money," August 1973.

Chapman, D. "Electricity Demand Growth and the Energy Crisis,"
Science , November 17, 1972.

Chase Manhattan Bank. Capital Investments of the IJorld
Petroleum Industry . New York, 1967.

. Financial Analysis of the Petroleum Industry,

by R. C. Sparling, et. al., ibid., 1971.

Future Growth of the World Petroleum Industry, ibid..


Outlook for Energy in the United States to 198g,

ibid., 1972.

Christian Century . 'Politics of Energy," February 21, 1973.

Christian, Virgil L., Jr., and Claude M. Vaughan. "Some Aspects
of Cost and Demand in the Pricing of Electric Power, "
land Economics , August 1971.

Cockerill, A. W. "Canada: A U. S. Economic Colony?" Current ,
January 1972.

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Colorado School of Mines . Future Natural Gas Resources Will Be
Expensive to Find . Golden, 1971.

Commerce Today . "Probing Energy Sources, Conservation are Keys
to Nation's Fuel Supply," August 6, 1973 •

Commoner, Barry 14ichael Corr and Paul J. Stamler. "The Causes
of Pollution," Environment , April 1971.

Congressional Quarterly . "El Paso Pipeline Fight: A Race in
Congress and the Courts," September 2, 1972.

. "Off-shore Drilling, Oil Quotas and Rationing, "

March 31, 1973.

Cook, Donald C. "Capability of Electric Utilities to Fulfill

Future Needs," Public Utilities Fortnightly , July l6, 1970.

Cook, jferl. 'Flow of Energy in an Industrial Society,"

Scientific American , September 1971. Also in Hearings
before Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs,
Emergency Policy and National Goals , October 20, 1971^
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Cootner, Paul H. and George O.G. Lof . Water Demand for Steam
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Culbertson, 0. L, The Consumption of Electricity in the United

States . Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee,

Darmstadter, Joel, Perry D. Tietlebaura and Jaroslav G. Polach.
Energy in the World's Economy; A Statistical Review of
Trends in Output, Trade and Consumption Since 1925 .
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De Bell, Garrett. "Energy," in Qivironmental Handbook , Ner-; York:
Ballantine, 1970.

Dugger, Ronnie. "Oil and Politics," Atlantic , September 1969.

Eckstein, Otto. Water Resource Development: The Economics of
Project Evaluation . Cambridge: Harvard University Press,


Ecology Law Quarterly . "Taxation as a Tool of Natural Resource
Management: Oil as a Case Study," Fall 1971.

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Edison Electric Institute. Biblio gra phy and Digest of U.S .

Electric and Total Energy Forecasts , 1970-2050^ New York,

, Energy Economics and the Environment , ibid., 1969.

. Questions and Answers about the Electric Utility

Industry , ibid.

Ekistics . "Energr Resources, Human Comfort and the Environment,"
May 1972.

Engler, Robert. The Politics of Oil; A Study of Private Poxjer
and Democratic Directic nsi New York: Macraillan, 1961.

Erickson, Edward IJ. "Crude Oil Prices, Drilling Incentives and
the Supply of Nex\r Discoveries," Natural Resources Journal ,
January 1970.

Fehd, Carolyn S. "Productivity in the Petroleum Pipelines
Industry," Monthly Labor Review , April 1971.

Finn, Richard P. "Soaring New Demands for Versatile L-P Gas,"
Commercial and Financial Chronicle , September 10, 1970.

Fisher, Franklin M. Supply and Costs in the U.S. Petroleum
Industry! Two Econometric Studies . Resources for the
Future. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 196U.

Fortune . "Energy," April 1972.

Fowllces, Frank V. "'Petrodollar' Surplus Looms as a Problem

for Monetary System, U. S. Energy Crisis," National Journal
Reports, August 18, 1973.

Freeman, S, David. "A New Form of Competition," Public PoT'jer ,
May 1970.

Gardner, Frank F. "Oil's Offshore Activity Suppressed by
Economics, Political Decisions," Oil & Gas Journal ,
April 19, 1971.

Gardner, Stephen L. "I^Jatural Gas - Its Impending Shortage and

Potential Abundance," Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business
Review , January 1971.

Gas E^mamics ^mposium, 7th, Evanston, Illinois, 1968.

Energy; Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Gas Dynamics
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Gilluly, Richard H. "The Competitive Comeback of Coal,"
Science Ner-is , January 30, 1971.

Gustavson, Marvin. Dimansicns of World Energy . Mitre
Corporation. Washington, D.C., 1971.

Hax-jkins, Clark A. "Projecting Future Gas Supply," Public
Utilities Fortnightly , August lU, 1969.

Henry, P. J., Jr., and B. M. Louks. "An Economic Study of

Pipeline Gas Production from Coal, " Chemical Technology ,
April 1971.

Hit tman Associates. Electric Power Supply and Demand Forecasts
for the U.S. Through 2050 . VJashington, B.C.: U. S.
Government Printing Office, 1971.

Hogerton, John F. "The Outlook for Electric Pcrrer," American
Society of Planning Officials, Planning , February 1973*

Holcomb, Robert W. "Povier and Fuel Resources," Current History ,
June 1970.

Hottel, H. C. and J. B. Howard. New Energy Technology, Seme
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Press, 1971.

Houthakker, Hendrik S. and Lester D. Taylor. Consumer Demand
in the United States , 2d Edition, ibid., 1970.

Hubbert, M. K. "Energy Resources of the Ekrth, " Scientific
American , September 1971.

Igoe, John W. "Coal Research in 1970," 2 parts. Mining Congress
Journal , February and l-Iarch 1971.

Ikard, F. N. "EnerQr and Economics," Address, July 2k, 1972.
Vital Speeches , September 15, 1972.

James, L. Douglas and Robert R. Lee. Economics of Water Resources
Planning . New York: McGraw-Hill, 1971.

Kentfield, C. 'Wew ShovidOTm in the West," New York Tines

Magazine , January 28, 1973. Reply and re .joinder ; R. S.
Reynolds, Jr., May 6, 1973.

Kinney, Gene T. "The Environmental Craze: Will it Strangle
Energy?" Oil and Gas Journal , March 15, 1971.

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I&ietsch, Jack L., et. al. Federal Natura l Resources Development ;
Basic Issues in Benefit and Cost Measuremen t. George
Washington University, Natural Resources Policy Center,
Washington, B.C.

Kroll, Erwin. "The Oil Lobby is Not Depleted," New York Times
Magazine , March 8, 1970.

Landsberg, Hans H. and Sam H. Schurr. Energ7 in- the United States j
Sources, Uses, and Policy Issues . New York: Random House,

Landsberg, Hans H. and Leonard L. Fischman and Joseph L. Fisher.
Resources in America 's Future; Patterns of Requirements
and Availabilities, 1960-2000 . Resources for the Future.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1963.

Linden, Henry R. "Current Trends in U.S. Gas Demand and
Supply," Public Utilities Fortnightly , July 30, 1970.

Lock^^rocd, Robert H. "The Energy Econcrryi Energy in Perspective,"
Texas Business Review , June 1973 •

McCaslin, John C. "Canada: A Special Report," Oil and Gas
Journal, August 31ji 1970.

MacKenzie, James J. "Social Costs of Energjr, " Massachusetts
Audubon Nottts letter , April 1971.

Makhijani, A. B. and A.J. Lichtenberg. "Energy and Well-
Being," Environment , June 1972.

Mann, Patrick C. "The Impact of Competition in the Supply of
Electricity," Quarterly Review of Economics and Business ,
Winter 1970. "^ ~~ ~"

Mead, Walter J. and Philip E. Sorensen. "National Defense
Petrole-ura Reserve," Land Economics , August 1971.

Miller, JohnT., Jr. Foreign Trade in Gas and Electricity in
North America; A Legal and Historical Study , New York;
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Mitre Corporation. Energy, Resources and the Environment - Major
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