Transport: Eastman Report

Last week was Report Week in Washington. There was the report of the Federal Aviation Commission (see below). There was Postmaster General Farley's report on "What It Cost the Army to Fly the Mail." And there was the report of Federal Transportation Coordinator Joseph Bartlett Eastman. Of them all, the Eastman report was the most comprehensive, the most likely to furnish material for legislation at this session of Congress.

Backed to the hilt by President Roosevelt, Coordinator Eastman proposed to transform U. S. transportation into an integrated national industry by the following...

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