In August 1981, President Ronald Reagan, confronted by striking federal air-traffic controllers who.


In August 1981, Superintendent Ronald Reagan, confronted by impressive federal air-exchange controllers who threatened to confine down the nation’s buoyancy, fired them all. The superintendent justified his actions by noting the impressive workers were in transposition of the law. Their places were taken in the less message by soldierlike air exchange controllers and notwithstanding, behind trailing, by new personnel. Did Superintendent Reagan act legally? Did he act ethically?