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Frontline: The Politics of Power #656497

PBS Special for Friday, Oct 23, 1992

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An examination of US energy policy narrated by Will Lyman (PBS) with excerpts of statements by Nick Kotz (PBS), then Presidents Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush, Energy Secretary James Watkins, Dave Freeman of the Sacramento (California) Municipal Utility District, Southern California Edison Chairman John Bryson, Charles Imbrecht of the California Energy Commission, Rep. Howard Wolpe, former Council of Economic Advisors member Richard Schmalensee, former Assistant Defense Secretary Henry Rowan, Sen. J. Bennett Johnston, Sen. Richard Bryan, Sen. John Dingell, Peter Blair of the Office of Technology Assessment, Sen. James Jeffords, Florida Power Corporation President Allen Kiesler, former Energy Department scientist Don Livingston, Don Williams of The Nevada Initiative, Las Vegas (NV) Mayor Jan Jones, OK uranium enrichment plant construction opponent Tony Johnson, solar power energy company chairman Newton Becker, and unidentified others.


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