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The decline of coal: Should it be reversed? (access required)

Americans are generally aware of the fact that the coal industry in our country is now in decline. Most of us also understand that this decline has something to do with the environmentally malign impacts of mining and using coal. This notwithstanding, distinct pockets of Americans, examples include people resident in states such as West ...

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