FDR and Civil Aviation: Flying Strong, Flying Free
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FDR and Civil Aviation: Flying Strong, Flying Free

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The twentieth century is already remembered both as the American Century and as the age of manned flight, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was one of the leading agents in setting out to implement the principles that came to govern the international aviation system from 1945 onward. He ensured America’s supremacy in civil aviation for over half a century by carrying out domestic...more
Hardcover, 292 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by Palgrave Macmillan
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