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Gas Prices Won’t Fall From One Day Gas Boycotts

In 1997, a gay boycott was organized to protest rising gas prices. People from around the country decided not to buy gas for one whole day. The gas boycott took billions of dollars out of the pockets from oil tycoons who promptly dropped the price of gas 30 cents. It’s a great story right? Unfortunately, [...] Gas Prices Won’t Fall From One Day Gas Boycotts is a post from: The Inquisit
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