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March 1, 1931

Editorials

AGAIN COMES A STATISTICAL ISSUE

Editorials

MAR-VEL-OUS!

Editorials

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

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AGAIN COMES A STATISTICAL ISSUE

"STATISTICS”, some one or other once disdainfully observed, “are only petrified facts.” The simile was meant to be anything but flattering, but we cheerfully accept it. It offers a very good description of the precise function of statistical analysis, which is to give knowledge solidity and permanence of form.
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MAR-VEL-OUS!

IF THOSE interested in American air transport have ever had reason to hesitate about discussing the safety of their operations, the time for such timidity is past. The report on transport accidents in the year 1930 has destroyed the last shadow of occasion for being apologetic, or for changing the subject when conservative business men ask “just how dangerous this flying thing is, anyway."
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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

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BOMBING THE PEDESTRIAN

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ONE NEEDED STATISTIC

WITH all the figures that appear in the next forty pages of this journal, there is one that is signally missing. With all the attention that has been given to the investigation of aircraft accidents and the analysis of their causes, there is one highly important study in that field that has never been undertaken.
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GOOD NEWS FROM THE INDUSTRY

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NEW DESIGN

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INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATIONS ELECT

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LEGISLATION AND THE COURTS

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PERSONNEL MOVEMENTS

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