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Gas prices drive new 'energy independence' volleys

Ever since domestic oil production began to decline in the 1970s, U.S. presidential candidates have been pledging to carry the United States back to the halcyon days of energy independence. Indeed, energy policy is beginning to take center stage in the presidential campaign, as the price of gasoline rose 40 cents per gallon in February and analysts forecast that drivers could be paying well above $4 per gallon by early summer.

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