Why Aren't Candidates Talking Conservation? Why aren't the two presidential candidates talking more about conservation in this era of high gas prices? Jody Powell, press secretary during Jimmy Carter's presidency, discusses Carter's famous energy conservation speeches in the late 1970s.
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Why Aren't Candidates Talking Conservation?

Why Aren't Candidates Talking Conservation?

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Why aren't the two presidential candidates talking more about conservation in this era of high gas prices? Madeleine Brand talks to Jody Powell, press secretary during Jimmy Carter's presidency, about Carter's famous energy conservation speeches in the late 1970s.