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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 10:44 pm
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But then, the North would have long ago opened up ANWR to drilling, as well as offshore California. And perhaps also utilized those abundant Pennsylvania coal fields as an alternative energy source, not to mention new-cue-ler energy. All of this, of course, infers that relations between the two nations (if indeed they are just two, and not more) are strained after 143 years, thus restricting trade. Actually, I think there'd be a more energy independent north.;)

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