Post-Sandy: A man-made disaster

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November 14, 2012
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by George Reisman  
Posted in Commentary

"Hurricane Sandy caused the closing of a majority of the gasoline stations in the New York City area, did major damage to petroleum terminals, and reduced the ability of barges carrying fuel to reach their docks. All of this represented a substantial reduction in the supply of gasoline and other petroleum products in the New York metropolitan area." (11/14/12)  

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