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     General review of the situation, and the status of research in the manufacture of gasoline substitutes from coal.  4 methods are described briefly and the physical and economic possibilities of each discussed:  high-0temperature carbonization; low-temperature carbonization; coal hydrogenation; and synthesis of alcohols from CO and H2.