Cover: Public Opinion and Social Effects of Space Activity

Public Opinion and Social Effects of Space Activity

Published 1959

by Joseph M. Goldsen

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A study that investigates American public reaction to Soviet success in the space race, the response of Congress in relation to public opinion, the objectives and programs of NASA's information activities, the impact of space activities on education and training, and some of the broad social and economic implications of the space era.

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