Galbraith vs Galbraith

Shortly after serving as US ambassador to India, the famous American economist John Kenneth Galbraith was appointed by President John F. Kennedy to serve as America's representative on a special two-person committee struck to resolve a decade-long dispute between American and Canadian airlines over reciprocal landing rights. Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson chose, as his nation's representative, the great Canadian-born economist... John Kenneth Galbraith:

"After I negotiated with myself on the few serious points of difference," Galbraith later recalled, "I rendered a judgment satisfactory to the carriers of both countries."

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