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...a two-month voyage to explore potential bottom-fishing grounds along the Continental Shelf. In 1967, the Civil Aeronautics Board gave Alaska Airlines temporary permission to serve Sitka. In 1988, the first expedition to cross the Arctic...

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...United States. The suit was filed by Pacific Northern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airways, and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1959, Georgia-Pacific Alaska announced tentative plans for a newsprint paper pulp mill in Juneau. In...

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This Day in History

...the Lower 48. The suit was filed by Pacific Northern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airways and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1959, Georgia-Pacific Alaska announced tentative plans for a newsprint paper pulp mill in Juneau. In...

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This Day in History

...United States. The suit was filed by Pacific Northern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airways, and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1959, Georgia-Pacific Alaska announced tentative plans for a newsprint paper pulp mill in Juneau. In...

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This Day in History

...United States. The suit was filed by Pacific Northern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airways and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1959, Georgia-Pacific Alaska announced tentative plans for a newsprint paper pulp mill in Juneau. In...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080507/sta_20070805019.shtml
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This Day in History

...United States. The suit was filed by Pacific Northern Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airways, and the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1959, Georgia-Pacific Alaska announced tentative plans for a newsprint paper pulp mill in Juneau. In...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080508/sta_313830313.shtml
Juneau Empire Online Archive Opinion and Letters: Monopoly in Alaska's skies: Alaska Airlines

...among economists, a view which may have been best expressed by Alfred Kahn, President Carter's chair of the Civil Aeronautics Board, who said, ``I have more faith in greed than in regulation.'' Proponents of airline deregulation believed...

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