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4.02 Political Editorial

Economics Honors
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Adrianna Laforest

on 4 January 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com My Opinion So as you can probably tell, I have thought of far more CONS than PROS.

I believe that the government has the right to control things but they need to draw the line somewhere. It is there job to maintain competition and all. So with out competitive gas prices. If the government were to set prices for gas their would be chaos, shortages of gas, and more angry oil salesman. BUT... If our government started let us make our own oil industries and stop relying on other countries if the United States of America is making its own oil then it is promoting self sufficiency and is allowing things like a set gas price work out. Economics Honors THE END 4.02 Political Editorial CONS
It would mean a higher demand for gasoline.
This higher demand may lead to gasoline rationing (each person getting distributed the same amount.
The oil companies wouldn't be making much money if there was no compeition. Pro's & Con's
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Set Price For Gasoline Set Price For Gasoline Adrianna Laforest PROS
No rush to look for the cheapest Gas station to go to.

Imagine how the graph would look if we created and distributed our own oil.
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