While the dominant concern in this article is to consider the legality and propriety of the issuance of the order canceling air mail route certificates in February, 1934, the requirements of procedural due process of the Fifth Amendment of the Federal Constitution in promulgating this order, and the litigation resulting therefrom, the historical and congressional background of the aviation industry, with special emphasis upon air mail, will first be briefly surveyed.
Ernest H. Campbell,
Procedural Due Process in the Cancellation of Air Mail Route Certificates [Part 1],
21 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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