The aim of this book is to demonstrate that Franklin D. Roosevelt
was one of the leading agents in both setting out and working to
implement the principles that came to govern the international
aviation system from 1945 down to the recent present and that much
of its design was drawn from the experience of domestic US aviation
reform in the 1930s. In contemporary parlance one might say that
what is proposed here is the explanation of the genesis of a
roadmap set out successively by Roosevelt's administrations for the
achievement of a liberalized and lightly regulated international
civil aviation market. Furthermore, a key contention of this
research is that FDR himself played a much more important role in
crafting policy than has previously been acknowledged.
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