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posted by Lia Tarachansky in on Nov 10, 2008 - View profile

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Tyranny of Oil

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In The Tyranny of Oil, Antonia Juhasz exposes an industry that thrives on secrecy. She shows how Big Oil manages to hide its business dealings from policy makers, legislators, and most of all, consumers. Juhasz then provides a clear set of meaningful and achievable solutions, including the break-up of Big Oil.
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Lia Tarachansky (Lia Tarachansky)
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I am an aspiring environmental, science, and news journalist. My writing includes spoken word, fiction, and journalism, mostly in English but sometimes in Russian and Hebrew. I was born in the U.S.S.R, but grew up in the West Bank of Israel/Palestine and occasionally in Brooklyn, NYC. Currently, I'm based in Ottawa where I organize with various coalition, campaigns, and social justice groups. My educational background is in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Guelph.

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