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Indd 27 5/9/08 10:23:23 AM 28 a de c la r ation o f e n e rgy i n de pe n de nc e 20 percent or more. Administration projections of a smaller deficit would have made its concerns sound weak compared to those coming from an alarmist press and Congress. _ Public worries about energy led on November 25 to another prime time television address from the president, filled with more rhetoric about energy independence. Nixon commended Congress for recently passing legislation on both the Alaska pipeline—which Interior Secretary Rogers Morton estimated would eventually add two million barrels a day to domestic supplies—and emergency petroleum allocation.
Also, with negotiations to disengage Syrian and Israeli forces stalled, the Saudis were reluctant to end the embargo without Syria’s consent. On January 21, Syrian President Hafez al-Assad demanded continuation of the embargo until agreement was reached on his country’s disengagement. National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger finally had to tell the President that Arab oil producers were not going to let him announce a return to normal oil deliveries by the State of the Union speech scheduled for January 30.
He also urged Congress to grant a five-year delay on new auto pollution standards to achieve a 40 percent improvement in miles per gallon, implying (incorrectly) all the savings would come from adjusting environmental mandates. He vowed to veto any new spending programs, except for energy. By accepting higher prices, Ford took a different path than Nixon, who always favored politically popular low prices whatever the eventual consequences. ” Post-speech commentary illustrated at least one difficulty Ford’s programs would face.
A Declaration of Energy Independence: How Freedom from Foreign Oil Can Improve National Security, Our Economy, and the Environment by Jay Hakes
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