Tim Brady's The American Aviation Experience: A History

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Who knew planes could fly over a major financial crash! As it turns out, they did. Planes were a new mode of transportation that was introduced by the Wright Brother and was finding its place in the world as most great inventions do. Though as it turns out, it was during the Great Depression this industry flourished and began to integrate into the lives of the american people. Planes were new to the scene and need to fill a demand. According Tim Brady’s book , The American Aviation Experience: A History, before the depression hit, congressed passed the Air Commerce Act of 1926 . This is because president Hoover wanted the industry to “grow into genuine passenger-carrying entities...”. To prevent any monopolies, however, they later passed

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