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Alfred Kahn, airline deregulator, dead at 93

Alfred Kahn, an economist who became known as the “architect of deregulation” under the Carter administration, has died of cancer. He was 93.

It is widely accepted that Kahn’s efforts dismantled air travel as the domain of the elite and paved the way for low-cost airlines. Get the full story »