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The democracy movement in the Middle East has the rest of the world bracing for an economic crisis. Oil and gasoline prices are spiking because Libya's petroleum production has ground to a halt. What will happen if the wave of popular uprisings spreads next to oil-rich Algeria and Saudi Arabia?

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