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Recent blackouts in California have made national headlines. To many people, this situation is a little difficult to comprehend—California is hardly a poor state. Even more odd, the problem only promises to get worse during the upcoming summer heat. While the impact of too little electricity and rising utility bills would seem to have vast implications for the economy, the White House has shown little inclination to get involved. FRONTLINE gathers the complex strands of Blackout by talking to Governor Gray Davis of California, Vice President Dick Cheney, federal and state officials, and a number of Texas energy brokers from Enron, Duke Energy, and El Paso.

Click here for the full review by Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.

Taishi on September 17th, 2015 at 6:58 am 

Season Greetings Ari, my life would be all the more poorer if I didn’t hppaen upon your glorious blog many months ago. I am so looking forward to a glamourous advanced age, but in the meantime, I am enjoying today! Wishing you a wonderful time with your family.

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