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The war on fossil fuels will have middle-class casualties

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In October, battery-maker A123 became the latest government-backed alternative energy firm to file for bankruptcy. The company, which was awarded a $249 million federal grant to build electric car batteries in Michigan, is yet another reminder that even highly subsidized alternative energy sources still have trouble competing with oil, natural gas and coal. That hasn't stopped anti-fossil fuels...

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