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Argument: Airplanes better than high-speed trains for long distances

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Jack Mobley. "A case against high-speed rail." Merced Sun Star. December 11th, 2010: "For long distances, the advantage of air travel over the train is obvious. Why would someone ride a train when one can buy a ticket and fly the same Los Angeles-to- San Francisco route in half the time for nearly half the proposed high-speed rail fare?"

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