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The effect that it would have, however, would involve far fewer benefits than costs in terms of pilot supply to businesses and ultimately the economy of the country.
Because of her thorough research into the various aspects not only of the accident that began the controversy and caused the legislation, but also into the training and quality of college graduates as well as the way in which they are chosen for various flight assignments, I must conclude that Ms. Lake's conclusions are indeed sound. I agree that it makes little sense to implement legislation in response to public pressure without consideration to investigations that revealed the true causes of the accident and similar aircraft accidents.[continue]
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