Sober advice while automakers, oilmen, and politicians sip moonshine

Humans made ethanol in beverages like beer and wine for centuries before it was of interest as a fuel, and the current brawling over biofuels seems more appropriate for a bar than a boardroom. Consider the confusion shown by the following reports: The same week that the Wall Street Journal reported ...

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