A Reasonable Energy Plan to Keep the Economy Humming

A fracking sand processing plant under construction in Wisconsin. Photograph by Getty Images

The drive to increase U.S. shale-gas production, so vital to our manufacturing revival, is running into heavy political flak from several quarters. Some oppose expanded use of carbon-based fuels—even reasonably clean fuels, such as natural gas; others are concerned primarily about the effects of “fracking;” and there is always the Nimby (Not in my back yard) crowd.

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