Carter's Concorde Strategy

October 1977
New Republic;10/8/77, Vol. 177 Issue 15, p8
The article presents an analysis of U.S. President Jimmy Carter's policy concerning American use of the Concorde supersonic jet and noise pollution standards. Details are given describing the temporary permission granted by the federal government for European supersonic jets to land in major U.S. airports and the government policy on environmental standards in relation to travel.


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