edited by Richard L. Ender and John Choon Kim ; prepared under the auspices of the Policy Studies Organization
<p>The editors have assembled 15 articles by experts which examine the problems of this country's energy policy, and the confusion which surrounds the issues. Beginning with the crisis of 1970, the articles selected discuss current energy issues, what policy attempts have been made to solve them, and what the future implications of such policies might be. The book explores the complexity of energy in many contexts: global and national, political, economic, and intergovernmental, to name a few. Articles also touch on alternative and nuclear energy issues.