Business: Decay

How shall postwar foreign routes be divided among U.S. airlines? If Great Britain, and other nations, put their shoulders and purses behind one or two world-straddling airlines, shall the U.S. fight that monopoly with a monopoly of its own? These are the questions ever pressing the Civil Aeronautics Board.

Handsome, hard-working CAB Chairman Lloyd Welch Pogue took a run over these questions last week, then dropped bombs all over air monopoly. Cried Pogue, at a Denver air meeting: "Let us suppose that all of the air transportation of the U.S. had been developed...

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