Business: More Woes on the Oil Front

Protests at home and a price revolt in OPEC as Saudi power wanes In Concord, N.H, it took the form of an automobile "honkin" outside Jimmy Carter's re-election campaign office. In Nashville, a 500-lb. pig with BIG OIL painted on its side was led to city hall to munch slops from a dish labeled AMERICAN WEALTH. In Washington D.C., elderly citizens bused in to join a picket line outside the American Petroleum Institute.

In more than 100 cities and towns in 35 states last week, hundreds, and in some cases thousands, of demonstrators joined...

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