California's 'mystery gasoline surcharge'; Novel explores legacy of Sylvia Plath

California's 'mystery gasoline surcharge'; Novel explores legacy of Sylvia Plath

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Monday, 14 March

The average price of regular gas in the U.S. is always higher in California because of added local taxes, environmental fees and something economist Severin Borenstein calls the "mystery gasoline surcharge." He joins us to discuss. And, Lee Kravetz, author of "The Last Confessions of Sylvia P," explains how his new book uses three interconnected stories to explore the life and literary legacy of poet Sylvia Plath.
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