U.S. National Debate Topic 2008-2009: Alternative Energy
H. W. Wilson, 2008 - Science - 198 pages
From H.W. Wilson's website: Focuses on the topic of the upcoming National High School Policy Debate (an annual tournament involving students nationwide), which questions whether the U.S. federal government should dramatically increase alternative energy incentives.
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