Explained: Why Gas Prices Go Higher in the Summer
The National Interest -

Stephen Silver

U.S. Economy, Americas

Not everyone understands how gasoline prices work. For one thing, they’re not determined by the president or any other part of the government.

Everyone, or at least everyone who has a car, pays attention to the price of gasoline. The cost of gasoline is one of those things in the news that affects the day-to-day life of most people and often leads them to reach conclusions over which politicians are to blame for higher prices at the pump.

But it seems that...

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