Ethanol wasn’t killed by Prohibition at Rockefeller’s request: another alt-fuel myth busted

By [email protected] (Sean Szymkowski) For almost a century, many people have blamed oil magnate John D. Rockefeller for the demise of ethanol as a viable fuel for internal-combustion engines. He fought its use, the theory goes, to eliminate competition for the gasoline derived from his Standard Oil business—whose descendant companies still extract and sell fossil fuels today…

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