Item is-glen-cartoon-m-8000-47 - "May I borrow a cup of energy?"

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"May I borrow a cup of energy?"

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GLEN glen-1283-is-glen-cartoon-m-8000-47

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  • January 28, 1977 (Creation)
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    Innes, Tom, Calgary, Alberta

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Tom Innes was the political cartoonist for the Calgary Herald newspaper. Issue: A severe winter in the United States, with a week of blizzards near the end of January, led to shortages of natural gas and electricity in the areas most affected. The governors of Florida, Pennsylvania and Tennessee requested their states be declared disaster areas, and on January 26th President Carter asked Congress to grant him special powers to control the distribution of natural gas supplies. Carter also appealed to Canada for emergency supplies of natural gas, above and beyond existing export agreements. His request was granted.<br><br>

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