Frontmatter CONTENTS ILLUSTRATIONS Introduction ONE. A Momentous Problem TWO. An Aerial Territory THREE. The Peculiar Beauties of the Common Law FOUR. A Uniform Law FIVE. Interstate Commerce in the Air SIX. Landowners against the Aviation Industry SEVEN. The Rise and Fall of Air Law EIGHT. William Douglas Has the Last Word NINE. Sovereignty in Space TEN. Technological Change and Legal Change NOTES ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INDEX
A collection of curious tales questioning the ownership of airspace and a reconstruction of a truly novel moment in the history of American law, Banner's book reminds us of the powerful and reciprocal relationship between technological innovation and the law.
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