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Filmmaker Chris Paine achieved notoriety with his 2006 documentary, “Who Killed the Electric Car?” Now he’s back — with a more sanguine sequel, “The Revenge of the Electric Car.”
Producing two stories about the electric car myself, the second of which is running on Monday’s NewsHour, I interviewed Paine for Making Sen$e.
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