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Energy pipelines are controversial now, but one of the first big ones helped win World War II

By W. Bernard Carlson, Professor of Humanities and Chair of the Department of Engineering and Society, University of Virginia
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Proposals for new oil and gas pipelines can generate intense debate today, but during World War II the US built an oil pipeline more than 1,300 miles long in less than a year.

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