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Boeing 737 Max crashes were not isolated events. They’re the result of deregulation – Salon

Corporate disasters connected to deregulation and undue reliance on self-regulation are depressingly frequent

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The Federal Aviation Administration recently declared the Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly. Still, American consumers are nervous. And they should be. International regulators – from Canada, Europe, Brazil and China – have taken the unusual step of refusing to accept the Federal Aviation Administration’s approval, insisting instead on conducting their own reviews.
They don’t trust the FAA. And if they don’t, why should we? The two deadly 737 Max crashes – the first in 2018 from Indonesia’s Lion Air,…

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