Analysis: Long-Term Effects of High Energy Prices Gasoline prices recently soared to $4 a gallon across the United States. It seems that high energy prices will continue to be a tax on the U.S. economy. David Wessel, economics editor of the Wall Street Journal, talks about the rising price of oil and how it affects the economy.
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Analysis: Long-Term Effects of High Energy Prices

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Analysis: Long-Term Effects of High Energy Prices

Analysis: Long-Term Effects of High Energy Prices

Analysis: Long-Term Effects of High Energy Prices

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Gasoline prices recently soared to $4 a gallon across the United States. It seems that high energy prices will continue to be a tax on the U.S. economy.

Co-host Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, economics editor of the Wall Street Journal, about the rising price of oil and how it affects the economy.