In the mid 1990s long before September 11 2001 airlines began
In the mid-1990s, long before September 11, 2001, airlines began requiring photo identification to check baggage and board flights, claiming their fervent commitment to secure and safe air travel. Do you think the airlines implemented this policy because they could foresee the coming terrorist threat to aviation? What might be a more plausible explanation for the airlines’ early commitment to photo identification?

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