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Biden’s Energy Policies are Increasing Global Instability

When it comes to energy independence—a key component of global stability—the America of 2022 could learn a lot from the America of 1942. 

In that year, American energy dominance powered the Allied war effort of World War II, making production substantially cheaper and producing an abundance of war material: aviation fuel, gasoline, synthetic rubber, and more. America would produce seven times as much aviation fuel as all the other major belligerents combined. She outproduced Japan in coal by more than a 10-to‑1 margin and pumped 700 times as much oil.

In short, American energy was a cornerstone of All …

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