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No, It's Not "Greed" or "Price Gouging" That's Driving up Gas Prices

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06/24/2022Ryan McMaken

By late 2021, fueled by trillions in newly printed money, gasoline prices had surged to ten-year highs. Now, even in inflation-adjusted terms, gasoline prices are surging to new highs.

Original Article: "No, It's Not "Greed" or "Price Gouging" That's Driving up Gas Prices"

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No, It's Not "Greed" or "Price Gouging" That's Driving up Gas Prices