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Interactive Map: Crude Oil Pipelines and Refineries of the U.S. and Canada
Mapped: The State of Global Democracy in 2022
Mapped: Gas Prices in America at All-Time Highs
Mapped: Global Happiness Levels in 2022
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The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2012-2021)
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