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Friday, February 17, 2012
Gulliver on crying babies
The Economist's travel blog considers the important question of crying babies on planes. Gulliver suggests just putting up with it, but surely we can do better than that with a particularly unpleasant, and presently unpriced (other than the "look" from nearby passengers), negative externality.