Question: Is it efficient to convert food corn into ethanol to
Is it efficient to convert food (corn) into ethanol to burn in our cars and trucks? Would this be economical if the government taxed the use of gasoline and subsidized the use of ethanol? How might the government justify these taxes and subsidies?
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