Aeronautics: Farley's Deal

(See front cover) Since the Roosevelt Administration's fist shot out and smashed the aviation industry suddenly and solidly between the eyes, two months had passed and last week, its sleeves rolled down, its face still pink for the consequences of its deed, the Administration was ready to help the industry to its feet again. Chief causes of the Administration's lasting embarrassment were the interred or incinerated remains of 13 military flyers who died when the Army, on notice too short for proper preparation, was given the nation's airmail to fly. A secondary cause...

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