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The prospect of American energy independence is getting a lot of people excited, whether it is Democrats waxing romantic about an industrial renaissance or Republicans rejoicing in the snub to OPEC implied by less dependence on imported oil. Few, however, are looking at the swelling petroleum exports and considering how that might reduce America’s trade deficit and lead to a stronger dollar.

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