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Addicted to Oil: Thomas L. Friedman Reporting (2006)

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New York Times reporter Thomas L. Friedman looks at both the USA's dependence on foreign oil, and the various "green" technologies that can help break that dependency.

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New York Times reporter Thomas L. Friedman looks at both the USA's dependence on foreign oil, and the various "green" technologies that can help break that dependency.

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