In 1908, the automobile was considered nothing more than a rich man's plaything. The technology existed but could not yet be applied on a large scale or made affordable. Soon, Henry Ford supplied those missing parts and, with some outside help, transformed the 20th Century.
In 2010, U.S. Sen. Brown and the rest of Ohio's congressional delegation have a rare chance to vault us into a position of global economic leadership by passing a comprehensive clean energy and climate bill.
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