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Sir Andrew Cook, like many of us, is concerned about extraordinary measures taken by central banks to make the world economy fly in particularly bad weather conditions (Letters, 4 September).
But Cook incorrectly says that an accident is inevitable if a pilot is ‘boxing’.
When he flew with my dad, he sometimes did something called a hammerhead, which turned our direction without turning in the usual way.
We should all hope that today’s central bankers can come up with something similar.
Boylston, MA, United States