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The Failed Philosophy Behind The NJ Train Crash

The idea that ate the common good. There could be many causes of the tragic NJ Transit train crash yesterday. But assuming it wasn't willful intent, we know that a contributing factor was a lack of investment in new technology. In 2008, Congress passed a law requiring railroads to install "positive train control" technology, which could have slowed the train automatically.
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