Alfred Kahn, Father of 1970s Airline Deregulation, Dies at 93Anne Swardson
Alfred E. Kahn, the economist-turned-regulator whose moves to end U.S. government controls on airlines in the late 1970s set the stage for today’s cheap fares and for much of the industry’s financial troubles, died yesterday. He was 93.
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