The energy crisis Alternatives to the President's proposals : President of the National Coal Association, Carl Bagge.

Discusses President Carter's energy proposals and asserts that despite the resource's critical importance, coal is a victim of regulatory overkill. Carl Bagge, president of the National Coal Association asserts that the American public must perceive the importance of coal.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Bagge, Carl.
Format: CD Audio
Language:English
Published: [New York] : Encyclopedia Americana/CBS News Audio Resource Library 1977.
Series:Vital history cassettes ; April 1977, no. 3.
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Description
Summary:Discusses President Carter's energy proposals and asserts that despite the resource's critical importance, coal is a victim of regulatory overkill. Carl Bagge, president of the National Coal Association asserts that the American public must perceive the importance of coal.
Item Description:Presented as broadcast from Washington DC on a CBS News Special Report on April 22, 1977.
With: The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the Carter Proposals: G.O. P. National Chairman Brock & Senator Harrison Schmitt ; The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the Carter Proposals: President of the American Petroleum Institute, Frank Ikard ; The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the Carter Proposals: President of the American Gas Association, George Lawrence ; The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the President's Proposals: Consumer advocate, Ralph Nader ; The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the President's Proposals: President of the US Chamber of Commerce, Richard Lesher ; and The Energy Crisis: Alternatives to the President's Proposals: CBS News Correspondents Serafin, Jones & Benton.
Physical Description:1 audio compact disc (5 min., 44 sec.) digital 4 3/4 in.
Format:Compact disc.