by Christopher Steiner
Hardcover, 274 pages, Grand Central Pub, List Price: $24.99 |
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Discusses the inevitable rise of gasoline prices and how it will affect everyday life, focusing on the positive aspects including less air pollution, fewer outsourced jobs, and an increase in local foods and produce.
July 16, 2009 When it's time to fill up the gas tank, many fear the price of gas will return to the $4-a-gallon days of last summer. But according to author Chris Steiner, our lives would be a lot happier and healthier if gas prices rose into the double digits. Steiner explains himself, and the title of his book: $20 Per Gallon: How the Inevitable Rise in the Price of Gasoline Will Change Our Lives for the Better.
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